Spio Garbrah Should Have Been Energy Minister – Franklin Cudjoe

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Franklin Cudjoe

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He however said the President failed to make significant movement of his appointees ‘but it is refreshing to have somebody like Spio Garbrah in government today.’

Alhaji Bature added that it would have been more prudent for Spio Garbrah to be closer to the President than serve as a sector Minister.

Meanwhile, a Political Scientist at the University of Ghana, Dr. Kojo Aidoo insists the latest reshuffle will not make any real impact.

‘This is not a strategic move; it is rather practical. It has come late because the President himself is in his mid-term and even with people who are as experienced as Spio Garbrah coming onthey will have to settle within a period of five months,’ he said.

He pointed out that the last six months in 2016 would be dedicated to the general elections therefore, the new Ministers have ‘just about a year to work and produce results for a population that is increasingly becoming cynical.’

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