NPP 2016 Vice Presidential candidate
has dismissed government’s latest reshuffle as meaningless.
Although he admits reshuffles are ‘normal’ with governments, he expressed frustrations that the reshuffle is targeted at electoral gains instead of addressing the utmost needs of Ghanaians-an improved economy.
President John Mahama announced 10 changes in his government last Tuesday. The major talking point is the nomination of former Chief of Staff, Prosper Douglas Bani. He makes a comeback as the Minister Designate for the Interior.
But the opposition figure remains unimpressed.
“The ongoing reshuffle appears to be one to do with winning an election rather than one aimed at addressing the challenges faced by Ghanaians” he said in a facebook post Wednesday.
Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia however consoled himself with his belief, Ghanaians will vote out the government on November 7 when the nation is expected to go to the polls.
“Thankfully, the ultimate reshuffle will be done on November 7 by the people of Ghana”.