YEN.com.gh recently reported of a release from the presidency with respect to foreign trips by top government officials.
In that respect, ministers, their deputies and MMDCEs were temporarily barred from future trips outside the country.
Some ministries, have however been accused of shirking their responsibilities by a cross-section of Ghanaians, given the recent spate of unfortunate events in the country.
YEN.com.gh brings to you 5 ministers, who, in our opinion need to put things in order and refrain from foreign trips till they leave office:
1. Sanitation Minister-Joseph Kofi Adda:
Ghana continues to battle with filth on a daily basis. Issues of waste disposal appear to be a challenge we are yet to find a solution to.
There is the need for the ministry to come up with pragmatic solutions to deal with this.
2. Health Minister-Kwaku Agyemang Manu:
Ghanaians have been hit with news of health outbreaks in recent times. The issue of the use of public hospitals has also become a matter of concern to all.
The need to resolve administrative challenges with respect to the health facilities, has become more urgent than ever before.
3. Interior Minister-Ambrose Dery:
This ministry is directly responsible for keeping Ghanaians safe from internal security challenges.
Armed robbery appears to be a chronic challenge and there is the urgent need for officials in the ministry to remedy the situation.
4. Defense Minister-Dominic Nitiwul:
Not much may be known to the ordinary Ghanaian about the state of Ghana's external security situation.
The issue of 'galamsey', more so with the death of Major Maxwell Mahama a year ago, may tempt Ghanaians to believe that more needs to be done.
5. Water Resources, Works and Housing Minister-Samuel Atta Akyea:
The recent floods have exposed shoddy works done with respect to the location of some dwelling places. Lives and properties have been exposed to all forms of danger.
The need to ensure order in the area of construction of houses has become very important.
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