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John Boadu to be appointed minister – Omanhene charges

5 ministerial reshuffles to happen soon, Omanhene charges

The primary indication of reshuffle will be Ofori-Atta’s sack, Kwabena Asante proposes

John Boadu loses NPP General Secretary race

 

Ex-General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party, John Boadu

 

Telecaster Omanhene Kwabena Asante has claimed that the previous General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), John Boadu, will before long be selected a focal government serve.

As indicated by Omanhene, John Boadu’s arrangement frames part of five key ministerial

reshuffles that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will before long do.

Talking during the ‘M’ahiasem’ program, which he co-has on Asempa FM, the telecaster recommended that the main thing holding up the reshuffle is the confidence of the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta.

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“Assuming that there is any reshuffle, it will be in five significant services. Out of those five significant services, John Boadu will assume control north of one of the services. In the event that the five significant ecclesiastical purges is to occur, John Boadu will unquestionably be one of the pastors.

“This ought to be an illustration to us all, particularly the individuals who were ridiculing him (after he lost the NPP General Secretary race).

“The primary justification for why this reshuffle has not been done is a direct result of the money serve; as soon he (Ken Ofori-Atta) is sacked, five significant pastors will be reshuffled,” he said in Twi.

Omanhene likewise castigated NPP sturdy Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko for proposing that an ecclesiastical reshuffle won’t anily affect the ongoing happenings in the country.

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John Boadu to be appointed minister - Omanhene charges
John Boadu to be appointed minister – Omanhene charges

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