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Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has recorded a few situations at the Presidency that he considers superfluous.

The legislator was talking on ‘Good Morning Ghana,’ which is facilitated by Randy Abbey, on Friday, February 17, 2023.

The rundown came at the rear of the financial imperative the nation winds up in currently.

In his appraisal, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa accepted that it is about time the nation cut things that are overloading the public purse.

“We should focus on. We should remove the waste. We should radically diminish those things that are fat, that are simply flashy use which are excessive. That is to say, ask yourself, as of now would it be a good idea for us we be keeping a portion of the portfolios we have at the presidency?” Ablakwa quizzed.

He likewise added that cutting down or downsizing the number of staff at the presidency can go quite far in bringing in cash for the country, as a great deal of staff are procuring compensations for occupations different portfolios can perform.

To this, he said, “The last time, I was posting some of them; church relations manager. This multitude of individuals are treated as Article 71 officeholders. We have a diaspora church relations officer you have technical advisor to the presidential advisor on media, you have someone responsible for la francophonie and we have someone else, technical advisor la francophonie. You have a youth ambassador for diaspora affairs and a director for diaspora issues all at the presidency.”

Randy Abbey after hearing this, responded with “are youserious”?

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