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Election 2024: My govt will operate with not more than 60 ministers and deputies — Mahama

Gertrude Nkansah Nkansah 1 week ago 0

Former president John Dramani Mahama has vowed that if voted into power come December 7, 2024, his government will cut down the size of government and operate with a significant figure of not more than sixty (60) ministers.

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In an engagement with the media on July 7, 2024, John Dramani Mahama said his government will only operate with as low as sixty (60) ministers and deputy ministers.

According to him, the main objective of his government and his aim is to cut down the size of the government, reduce government expenditure, and increase the revenue of the economy.

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He noted that Akufo-Addo’s led administration now is operating with one hundred and twenty ministers and deputies though they condemned him when he was running his government with only eighty ministers when he was president from 2012 to 2016.

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At the back of this, the affable politico noted that he is poised to bring Ghana back to its glory days and liberate the youth from financial shackles, thus, reducing the size of government and employing more youth will help develop the nation.

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