The minister for sports, Isaac Asaimah, has reportedly walked out on the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) elections which was being held at the Alisa Hotel in Accra.
Asaimah was due to deliver the inaugural address, but walked out on the event after organisers failed to start early.
According to Sports Journalist Saddick Adams, the minister arrived exactly on time for the 9am programme and after waiting for nearly 45 minutes without any sign of the congress starting, he drove off.
Reports say President Nana Akufo-Addo has warned all appointees to be conscious of time at all programmes and that once the organisers fail to start on time, they have to attend to other important assignments.
On social media, Asaiman has been widely praised for his action.
"Ghana will work again if all other appointees will take a cue from this. Indiscipline everywhere. And we shout "Ghanaman time" with pride." Mohammed Abou Treka wrote on Facebook.
"Ghana is indeed working again.GMT (Ghana Man Time) will no more be tolerated. No time for any imbecility," Prince Acheampong, a Facebook user, also said.
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