Clear The Dead Woods In Your Administration – Rawlings Tells Prez Mahama

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http://abnehmenmitspass.info/?v=pharmacie-en-ligne-viagra pharmacie en ligne viagra Former President Jerry John Rawlings says the people of Ghana have reached their saturation point in putting up with the mediocrity of the Cabinet of President John Dramani Mahama.

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Flt. Lt. Rawlings did not name those in Cabinet who deserve the sack. Many Ghanaians though, would not complain when Minister of Finance, Seth Terkper, is shown the exist.

He courted quite a negative press when he said in Parliament that the Single Spine Salary Structure was exhausting 70 percent of internal revenue and was responsible for lack of development effort on the part of this government.

It turned out that the Minister was only being economical with the truth. Public sector pay only accounts for about 41 percent of internally generated revenue.

Minister of Roads and Highways, Alhaji Sulemani Amin, should be another candidate for the chop. For the five years that the NDC has been in power, the administration has not been able to construct the 31.7 kilometer Teacher Mante-Suhum-Apedwa stretch of the Accra – Kumasi Highway bequeathed to it by the previous Kufuor regime.

The other day, the Roads Minister touched on raw nerves of long suffering Ghanaians when he told a private radio station in Accra that demonstrations do not construct roads.

Observers believed many of the Presidents ministers, together with their Deputy Ministers, would have to give way if President Mahama would be able to steer the sinking ship of state out of trouble waters.