Transition Begins Osafo Marfo fumes over late gov't recruitment

The former finance minister made this known while speaking to the media on Wednesday during the ongoing transition process in Accra.

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Yaw Osafo Marfo, the head of the Nana Akufo-Addo transition team has expressed dissatisfaction over some late recruitment into the various security agencies and other sectors by the outgoing government.

According to him, the move by the government to regularise the appointment of some individuals into the public service, following the defeat in the general elections is also worrying.

The former finance minister made this known while speaking to the media on Wednesday during the ongoing transition process in Accra.

He argued that the outgoing Chief of Staff Julius Debrah must step in and ensure that such engagements are stopped immediately.

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Yaw Osafo Marfo further urged him to ensure that all major government decisions in the coming days are discussed with the incoming team.

The process to hand over notes from the Mahama government to the NPP administration is currently ongoing at the conference centre in Accra.

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The Spokesperson of government’s Transition Team, Hanna Serwaa Tetteh had earlier indicated that the handing over notes for every ministry are ready and that the process of the transition will begin today [Wednesday].

“We wish to state that the handing over notes from each Ministry that are to be given to the transition team for the incoming administration are ready, and indeed were prepared before the elections were held on the 7th of December.”

“The second meeting of the transition team after the formal inauguration on Sunday the 11th of December is scheduled to take place on Wednesday the 14th of December at 10.00 am and we look forward to commencing the process of transition in earnest,” the statement added.

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