January 6, 2011

The Peoples National Convention [PNC] is questioning the rationale behind the removal of aging Education Minister and Member of Parliament for the Ada Constituency, Alex Tettey-Enyo from the Mills administration.

President Mills on Tuesday reshuffled his cabinet where two serving ministers Zita Sarbah Okaikoi of the Tourism and Alex Tettey-Enyo of the Education Ministries were dropped.

Emmanuel Wilson, the PNC’s National Youth Organizer, tells Asempa News, the PNC finds it difficult to understand how a minister who was doing so well could be dropped without finding an alternative spot for him.

Mr. Wilson says with the wealth of experience at the disposal of Mr. Tettey-Enyo, having gone through the mill of education, they the PNC finds it hard to believe that he would be thrown out without.

Meanwhile, another Nkrumaist party, the Convention Peoples Party has described Tuesday’s reshuffle as uninspiring and one that cannot transform the nation Ghana as a third world country. The CPP says, already stakeholders are finding it difficult to buy into the Better Ghana Agenda being pursued by the NDC administration.

Communications Director William Doworkpor doubted if just changing a person at the helm of a ministry will bring any desired change, describing the reshuffle as a mere process.

Source: Asempa fm