Sanitation Minister worst-performing Minister - New ASEPA report

Sanitation Minister worst-performing Minister - New ASEPA report

- Cecilia Dapaah was been adjudged as the worst-performing minister in 2019

- A 2019 Ministerial Performance Tracking report launched by Alliance Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA) has scored the best and worst-performing ministries and ministers

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A survey conducted by Alliance Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA) has revealed that Ghana’s sanitation ministry is the worst in following its 2019 Ministerial Performance Tracking Report.

The report by ASEPA assesses the performance of the ministers and ministries on five key performance indicators.

According to a statement released by ASEPA, Sanitation Minister, Cecilia Dapaah, scored the lowest marks in its 2019 review of the performances.

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The report said Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, and his ministry are the second-worst performing.

The survey scored the Minister for Regional Reorganization as the best-performing Minister in 2019.

The report used 10 experts/policy analysts and 5000 public respondents sampled purposively across three regions.

Respondents for the survey, according to ASEPA, were sampled from, Civil Societies, the Media, Clergy, Students as well as lower and middle-income groups.

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The report also recommended the immediate scrap of the following: Special Development Initiative; Business Development, Planning; Inner City and Zongo Development; and the Minister of State at the Presidency in Charge of Agriculture.

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The report which was signed by the Executive Director of ASEPA, Mensah Thompson, also called for immediate ministerial reshuffle and the merging of some other ministries.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that road contractors who insult President Nana Akufo-Addo will have their contracts terminated, according to the Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwesi Amoako Atta.

The minister said he will personally ensure contracts of individuals who pass negative comments about the NPP government and leader cancelled and reassigned.

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