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Akufo Addo goofs over spelling of “chairperson” in EC officials sack release

The Jubilee House has made an egregious spelling error in its statement announcing the sack of EC Boss and her two deputies, raising questions over the kind proofreading done at its communication department.

The communication directorate of the house mispelled the word “chairperson” as “chaiperson” in a press release that announced that sacking of Mrs Charllote and osei and her two deputies ,Mr Amadu Sulley and Ms Georgina Opoku Amankwah.

The EC officials,according to the statement, were fired due to misbehaviour and incompetence pursuant to article 146(1) of the constitution.

Despite Eugene Arhin being the Director of Communication (at the Presidency), Thursday’s statement was signed by the Minister of Information Mustapha Abdul Hamid, indicating he is the head of the head of the communication directorate at jubilee house.

He also heads the ministry of information and has three deouties, being part of the 110 ministers appointed by the president in 2017.

The number of ministers and their deputies appointed by the Akufo Addo adminsitration has been a subject of discussion and condemnation from Ghanaians.

But the president said “it was a necessary investment to make for the rapid transformation of this country”.

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Mr Mustapha Hamid(PHD), Kojo Oppong Nkrumah,Ama Dokuaa Asiamah Agyei, Perry Curtis Okudzeto and Eugene Arhin form the communication directorate at the Jubilee house.

Their personality and experiences form a strong communication team at the presidency.

It however not known how many stages of thorough checks was done before the press release was issued for public consumption, a development that suggests no double-check was done and further questions the usefulness of three deputies at the ministry in addition to the Director of Communication at the Presidency.

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