He mentioned the president will not be appointing Associates of Parliament who shed their seats in the December 7 polls as Ministers in his 2nd time period.
This disclosure will come as the President Akufo-Addo prepares to name his 1st batch of nominees this week.
In a report by Accra centered Every day Graphic, Eugene Arhin is documented to have reported the president will also slice down his ministerial appointments in his next time period.
“The ministers and deputy ministers to be appointed will be a blend of new and old members of the president’s very last federal government. They will be countrywide in character and the ministries will reinforce his concentration for the next time period – speed up occupation and wealth development, reinforce the non-public sector and see to the speedy improvement of the state,” Eugene Arhin reported.
Previously, the authorities introduced its 1st tranche of appointments at the Jubilee Dwelling.
A statement from the Presidency mentioned Akosua Frema Osei-Opare and Nana Bediatuo Asante have been retained as Chief of Team and Secretary to the President, respectively.
Director of Communications at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin
Also, Eugene Kofi Bentum Arhin stays as the Director of Communications, with Brigadier-General Emmanuel Okyere keeping his placement as National Safety Advisor.
Meanwhile, Emmanuel Adumua-Bossman and Fawaz Aliu have been appointed as the two Deputy Chiefs of Staff.
Other appointments include things like Sam Ellis as Director of Personnel and Isaac Owusu-Mensah as Director of Research.