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Ghana: Any Serious President would have Fired Osafo Marfo by Now

Yaw Osafo Marfo, Senior Minister

April 22, 2019//-Ghana’s Senior Minister, Mr Yaw Osafo Marfo is gaining notoriety for loose talks. 

This same man before elections 2016, was caught on tape telling his party people that some tribes in Ghana do not deserve the presidency because they do not contribute much resources to the growth of the country.

As if that was not enough, Mr Yaw Osafo Marfo announced after becoming the Senior Minister, that the public sector was choked and therefore government could not employ any other, at a time that he was reported to have fixed his children into the public sector.

Osafo Marfo’s assertion that jailing Aisha Haung would not develop Ghana, is not only unpardonable but a betrayal of the authority vested in him as the Senior Minister by the Republic.

He is making this assertion at a time that over one thousand Ghanaian youth have been arrested, tried and jailed for engaging in illegal mining.

What makes it more dangerous, is the fact that he links the release of Aisha Haung to the support Ghana is deriving from China and the fact that the support comes with what he described as “behind the scene arrangements” – very unfortunate!

Mr Osafo Marfo is telling us all, that President Akuffo Addo  agreed as part of the terms and conditions of the over bloated Sinohydro deal, to release Aisha Haung in order to secure $ 2 Billion? – and he says this publicly with such impunity?

Any Serious President would have fired Osafo Marfo by now.

One may agree with others who assert that he communicated the views of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.

Do what any serious President would have done, Mr. President! Fire the loose talking Minister atleast!!!

By Dr Godfred Seidu Jasaw

 

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