With the National Democratic Congress in opposition, one can always expect a form of strong rejection of President Nana Akufo-Addo's plans and actions.
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One of such strong opposition is coming from the National Organizer of the NDC, Kofi Adams.
According to Kofi Adams, the creation of new ministries and the separation of existing ones is enough attestation of the president's lack of experience to govern.
The creation of the Ministries of Monitoring and Evaluation and Regional Reorganisation and the appointment of the Senior Minister has generated a lot of controversy with many political pundits arguing that it is duplication of roles.
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The NDC have been insisting that the president was just creating these news ministries to make jobs for his cronies and party members.
President Akufo-Addo has explained the rationale behind those ministries, claiming that they would operate under the office of the President and will not be subject to having separate budgets.
However, NDC stalwarts have stood against this. Kofi Adams on Adom FM Thursday questioned the essence of creating new ministries especially when there have been calls for Ghana to have a lean government. He also noted that the senior minister position was redundant and counter-productive.
The NDC National Organizer noted that, the creation of new ministries was a recipe for duplication of roles and a drain on public resources, a development that is inimical to socio-economic development.