Nana Aba Anamoah mentions her top 4 performing ministers

Nana Aba Anamoah mentions her top 4 performing ministers

Media personality and news editor of GH One television has mentioned her top four ministers she believes are really performing.

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In a video she shared on her Instagram, she mentioned in no particular order, Minister of Communication, Ursula Owusu-Ekurful, Information minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Education minister Matthew Opoku Prempeh and Energy minister John Peter Amewu.

She, however, asked a general question on government appointees Ghanaians considered to be their top four ministers.

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Her fans have taken to the post to also share their top four ministers:

@stifler1717: believes none of them fits

None of them

@mansaally named her pick

Top 4 : Dr Awal , Kojo oppong Nkrumah ,joe ghartey and mathhew Opoku prempeh

@kantapirelias also named his choice.

Ken Ofori Atta, finance,Dr.Akoto,agric,Napo, education and Dr.Yaw Adu Twum, deputy education....

@kwabenakingdebrah also named his choice

Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Transport minister ,Matthew Opoku Prempeh and Peter Amewu

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According to a yet-to-be-released book authored by investigative journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni, the NDC flagbearer wanted to resign because of the constant frustration from some presidential staffers and ministers in the Atta-Mills administration.

The book titled, "The Fourth John: Reign, Rejection and Rebound", talked about how John Mahama was treated with contempt and disrespect by these staffers and ministers.

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