A Political Theory teacher at the College of Ghana, Prof Ransford Gyampo has lauded President Akufo-Addo for his choice to decrease the quantity of clergymen in his administration.
As per Prof Gyampo, in spite of the fact that he is amped up for the current decrease in appointee pastoral arrangement, he wanted for a lesser number of priests in Akufo-Addo’s second term of office.
“For me I compliment the decrease despite the fact that I actually feel that the number might have still drifted around 45 and 50 yet we are told its floating around 80, it is fine I mean it’s superior to the more than 120 individuals who were selected what not,” he expressed.
From his perspective, the decrease in the quantity of the pastoral chosen people is the main thing the President had done and that “the rest is the privilege of the President.”
“Akufo-Addo should do things radically that would help him leave an enduring heritage for Ghana as he goes for his subsequent term and one of the exceptional things that I was expecting that he would do will be that, he would lessen the size of his administration and for me, he has done that,” he said on JoyNews Wednesday.
Talking on The Beat, Mr Gyampo said the size of Akufo-Addo’s organization during his initial term of office was exceptionally high throughout the entire existence of Ghana’s legislative issues however didn’t yield great outcome.
“Well the 2020 decisions were held and we saw that the outcome that I had depicted as a triumph in the flavor of rout for the New Energetic Gathering (NPP) was characteristic of the way that the tremendous size government and the numerous pastors couldn’t accomplish more, they couldn’t do a lot to guarantee that the gathering did what it was generally anticipated to do.
“It was a triumph with a sample of rout for a system that consistently said the fight is the Masters but then amassed such countless individuals as though the fight was intended to be battled by men,” he focused.
He added that the colossal size of government prompted a few pundits from common social orders, assessment pioneers and political researcher requiring an exceptional decrease of the public authority yet was “told that the end legitimizes the methods.”