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Akufo-Addo sacks Ofori-Atta, reshuffles his government

President Nana Akufo-Addo has reshuffled his cabinet, relieving Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta of his duties amid increasing pressure. Despite staunchly defending Ofori-Atta’s performance in October 2022, the President has now appointed Mohammed Amin Adam as the new Minister for Finance, subject to Parliament’s approval.

This move is part of a broader cabinet reshuffle affecting 12 ministers, signaling the President’s commitment to revitalizing his administration as his tenure nears its end. The changes aim to enhance efficiency, accountability, and responsiveness to the nation’s challenges, with a focus on strategic realignment.

As Mohammed Amin Adam takes on the role of Finance Minister, expectations rise for him to navigate Ghana’s economy through domestic challenges and global uncertainties, fostering sustainable growth and development.

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