Mahama’s Reshuffle Is A Diversionary Tactic From Hardships—AFAG
The Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG) is accusing President Mahama for reshuffling ministers just to divert attention from the economic hardship brought about by the energy and water crisis, high fuel prices and unemployment.
President Mahama reshuffled all his regional ministers in a bid to strengthen the decentralization process and promote national unity.
He has come under attack from some critics who have described the exercise as confusing and counterproductive.
Director of operations for AFAG, Davis Opoku Ansah in an interview with XYZ News said the President has clearly shown that he is indecisive with his way of handling things.
“Clearly you should have a focus and not be swayed by whatever happens along the line.
“For us we think that he has no plan and it is just a try and error governance”.
Meanwhile, MP for Shai Osudoku David Asumeng has rubbished criticisms over the President’s reshuffling of regional ministers.
But David Asumeng told XYZ News that the President made the right decision which should be extended to the assemblies.