Here are 5 Ministers that need an Obinim sticker to perform

This frenzy crossed over to the political sphere during the weekend when ex-President Mahama said Nana Akufo-Addo needs an Obinim sticker to cure his incompetence.

The sticker, as members of his church gave testimonies about, solves all problems.

Therefore any challenge you face in your life, an Obinim sticker is your solution.

The statement has generated a lot of discussions in the media on who really needs an Obinim sticker to perform.

We, therefore, compiled a list of 5 Ministers who have been flayed by Ghanaians for non-performance. Perhaps an Obinim sticker can help them?

Let's find out.

Joseph Koffi Adda: The Minister of Sanitation has taken the biggest chunk of criticism of Ministers under the government of Nana Addo. Mainly because many Ghanaians feel Accra and Ghana as a whole is becoming filthy by the day and his Ministry sits unconcerned.

Ama Dokuaa Asiamah-Adjei: The Deputy Minister of Information has come under a lot criticism recently for a Facebook post on shenanigans of ex-President Mahama in elections observing across Africa. She was flayed for the poor grammar she used in the post.

Mustapha Hamid: The Minister of Information has been labelled as the 'Minister of Misinformation' in some quarters on social media. Just recently, NDC General Secretary Asiedu Nketiah called for Hamid's head to be examined since he is putting out to many untruths out there.

Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto: The Minister of Agriculture was criticised for claiming government has created over 700,000 jobs with the Planting for Food and Jobs initiative. Recently, a group of farmers called for the sack Dr. Akoto for his negligence of farmers.

Ken Ofori-Atta: The Minister of Finance has been one of the most criticized ministers under the current NPP government especially from the opposition NDC. They have issued a lot of calls for his resignation due to his role in the 'Ken Bond' saga and the challenges the economy is facing.


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