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The Minority side of the Appointments Committee of Parliament say they are yet to be given the Curriculum Vitae of the Ministerial nominees a day to the beginning of their vetting.
Member of Parliament for Tamale North and a member of the minority side of the committee, Alhassan Suhuyini has disclosed that several efforts to secure the CVs of the nominees before their vetting commences on Friday had proven futile.
He told Citi FM Thursday that the delay in providing them with the CVs of the nominees is intended to frustrate them, adding that this behaviour is condemnable.
“The people of Ghana want us to ask the relevant questions especially about the caliber of people that are going to be working for them. And so, we think that it is unacceptable. We don’t want them to give us the CVs tomorrow morning when we are supposed to be vetting the nominees,” he noted.
Osafo Maafo, senior Minister nominee, will be the first to appear before the committee, which is also popularly referred to as Vetting Committee, followed by Kan Dapaah, who will head the Security Ministry.
Finance Minister-nominee, Ken Ofori-Atta, as well as nominee for Defense, Dominic Nitiwul, will all take their turns on the first day.
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