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Timetable for vetting of ministers designate launched by Parliament [ARTICLE]

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In accordance to the timetable launched, the Minister-designate for Health Kwaku Agyeman Manu and the Minister-designate for Nationwide Stability Kan Dapaah will encounter the vetting committee first.

The Minority Chief and rating member of Parliament’s Appointment Committee, Haruna Iddrisu opined that this will enable the Health Minister to get to get the job done quickly, as Ghana’s COVID-19 circumstance rely is on the rise.

One particular vetting process Ghanaians will be observing out for is that of the Minister-designate for Finance, Ken Ofori Atta. He will be vetted on February 16 along with the Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, selected for Communication and Digitisation.

President Nana Akufo-Addo’s second expression is predicted to have no far more than 85 ministers.

This is in sharp distinction with the 126 ministerial appointments that characterised his initially term in business.

Underneath is the agenda for the vetting of ministerial appointees

Ministerial vetting timetable 1

Ministerial vetting timetable 1

Ministerial vetting timetable 2

Ministerial vetting timetable 2

Ministerial vetting timetable 3

Ministerial vetting timetable 3



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