A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo, has for the umpteenth time requested President Akufo-Addo to terminate the appointment of Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta.
According to him, a brand new face may provide innovative solutions to Ghana’s struggling financial system.
“There should be better managers of the economy among the echelons of the NPP, and the indubitable truism that Ghana and the management of the economy will not grind to a halt when Ken is no longer in charge, should point to the dispensability of all human beings,” components of his post read.
Drawing some analogies, Professor Gyampo said, the brand new experience and improvements launched by the CEO of STC Nana Akomea, and the Mayor of Accra, Henry Quartey, provide helpful classes on the power to rework techniques with recent and innovative concepts.
“We cannot run the nation like spiritual churches, whose activities hover around their leadership, and die when their leaders are no more. The impression being insinuated that, there can be no successful management of our economy without the current minister, is unproductive and only serves to dissipate our scarce brains, talents and human resources that must be brought on board to help,” he added.
In a social media post on Monday, said whereas the Finance Minister in his look before the Committee sought refuge within the regulation, using the regulation to defend one’s self was solely the minimal, including that conscience is probably the most essential challenge.
“He himself admits that things are hard, and of course, harder in Ghana than elsewhere in Africa. His own party people know why they have passed a vote of no confidence against him in their hearts,” he said.
Professor Gyampo additionally berated the Minority in Parliament for “failing to live up to expectation” at the Adhoc Committee sittings on the Censure Motion, however maintained that the Finance Minister should nonetheless get replaced.
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