Ministers-designate face vetting as Minority hints of a boycott

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Minister-designate face parliament today

order tramadol overnight uk The Appointments Committee of Parliament will today start the vetting of nominees for appointment to the various ministries and regions.

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Commenting on the decision of the Minority, Mr Cletus Avoka, a former Majority Leader, said if the Minority carried through its decision, then it would be unfortunate, since, throughout the history of the vetting process in the Fourth Republic, it was the members from the Minority side who had always provided the bite and gone the extra mile to exact information from nominees.

Through such diligence, he said, it was detected that Dr Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, who had once been nominated for a ministerial appointment by former President J.J. Rawlings, had not registered as a voter at the time he was nominated.

In a similar vein, the Appointments Committee, during former President John Agyekum Kufuor’s regime, was able to detect that two ministerial nominees, Ms Vicky Bright and Mr Lawrence Akwasi Agyeman Prempeh, had dual nationalities.