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Don’t appoint NPP supporters – Mills warned

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President Atta Mills
President Atta Mills

President John Atta Mills has been warned not to appointment New Patriotic Party (NPP) supporters into his all inclusive government because they will sabotage his programmes.

Giving the warning, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of West Africa International Magazine Dr. Dee Otibu-Asare, appealed to the new government to appoint only level-headed patriots into government.

He commended President Mills for stating indicating in his inaugural address that he will pursue a consensus-driven agenda by giving recognition to compatriots from other political parties.

Dr. Otibu-Asare, said these at the 3rd West Africa International Awards of Merit Ceremony Friday January 16, 2009.

He warned the President not to appoint NPP supporters into his government because they see nothing good in the NDC and would therefore, sabotage the policies of the new administration.

He also called on the government to overhaul the judiciary.

He said “their performance under Kufuor’s regime was very disgraceful and therefore the bad eggs among them must be uprooted with immediate effect.”

Dr. Otibu-Asare said the award was instituted to honour West African Companies and few Ghanaian parliamentarians who have made extra-ordinary and distinctive achievements in their various sectors.

Awards were presented to Mr. Joe Osei-Owusu and 10 other re-elected Members of Parliament for their immense contributions to the economic and social development of their constituencies.

Among them were, Mr.Alban Bagbin, Mr. Kuntu Blankson, Mrs Juliana Azuma-Mensah, Professor George Gyan-Baffour, Mrs Cecilia Dapaah and Madam Sena Dansua.

By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi

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