It has been revealed that someone or a group of people may be on to bringing down the three-month old Nana Akufo-Addo government by forging appointment letters and signatures which are gradually becoming a problem for the presidency.
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The forged letters are written on the official letterhead of the presidency with his signature signed and dispatched to media, announcing appointments that do no exist.
Indeed, there is unease in some state institutions with respect to some appointment letters, as there are three appointing authorities in the government, including President Akufo-Addo himself, and it is not clear which of the signatures is more powerful to be respected.
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While some of the appointment letters had come bearing the signatures of Nana Asante Bediatuo; the Executive Secretary to the President, others had come from the sector ministers, some of whom signed these letters as minister-designates. The third category, had come with President Akufo-Addo himself signing.
What is interesting is that, most of the letters, had no reference numbers.
Government insiders, told The Herald that, the situation has created some embarrassing scenes at some state establishments with the latest being the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) where two appointment letters had been given to two individuals to head the institution as Director General, leading to the handing over ceremony being called off at the last minute.