Justin Kodua advises ‘tired’ government appointees to resign

The chief scribe of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) believes fresh faces must be injected into government to enhance the party's chances of retaining power

The general secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Justin Frimpong Kodua, has encouraged ministers, CEOs, and MMDCEs who feel fatigued to resign rather than undermine the party’s progress.

Kodua expressed concern about the impact of certain appointees’ actions on the party’s popularity and urged those tired to resign and make way for new faces.

He also called on President Nana Akufo-Addo to conduct a reshuffle to bring fresh perspectives, stating that such changes are essential for the NPP to achieve its objectives and retain power in the next election.

“If you are tired, resign and leave so the party can retain power,” Kodua said during the party’s annual thanksgiving service at its headquarters in Accra.

“If you are a minister, a CEO or an MMDCE and you have not been reshuffled and you think you are tired resign. Don’t sabotage the party,” he added.

He stressed the importance of appointing new faces to propel the NPP towards achieving its objectives, urging the president to consider reshuffling the government for the party’s continued success.

“It is time for some changes in the government, so we get some new faces to continue. We believe that if we get new appointments, we will be able to retain power in the next election,” Kodua added.


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