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Mohammed Amin can’t work without getting approval from Ofori-Atta – Isaac Adongo

The Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga Central, Isaac Adongo, has described President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's expulsion of Ken Ofori-Atta as Finance Minister as simple 'window dressing.



' Mr Adongo cleared up that 'window dressing' alludes for causing something to show up misleading appealing or favorable.

On Wednesday, February 14, President Akufo-Addo fired Ken Ofori-Atta as part of a large ministerial reshuffle that affected a total of 13 current state ministers, including 10 cabinet ministers and 2 regional ministers. Ken Ofori-Atta has been elevated to the position of Presidential Advisor on the Economy, and Mohammed Amin Adam has been appointed as the new Finance Minister.


In a meeting on Observer News on Citi FM, Mr Adongo communicated uncertainty about the viability of the reshuffle, recommending that Mohammed Amin Adam could have restricted impact as long as Ken Ofori-Atta stays included and persuasive in financial issues. "This is plainly window dressing. On the off chance that you follow occasions and watch fundamentally what has occurred, I don't question the skill and the capacities of Dr. Mohammed Amin.


He was my previous associate on the Money Panel, my senior at school. I have a generally excellent regard for him, but to say that they have given him the work in one hand and taken it with the right." "Since now he is the Pastor and they have selected the very individual they are eliminating as the Senior Official Guide on the Economy what that basically implies is that for Mohammed Amin to help any arrangement through in bureau or through chief endorsement of the president, the president needs to proceed to counsel Ken Ofori Atta. Thus actually it implies that Mohammed Amin can do nothing in the event that Ofori-Atta isn't in arrangement since he would exhort the president against it," he expressed.

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