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Kate Gyamfua Congratulates Female Ministers And Deputies


The National Women's Organizer for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kate Gyamfua has congratulated female Ministers and Deputies appointed by President Akufo-Addo to serve under his administration.


According to her, she is confident, they will deliver in the best interest of the President and Ghanaians.


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In a statement sighted by Thinknewsonline.com she said "I congratulate all female deputy ministers-designate who have been nominated by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to serve in his second term government. I also congratulate, in particular, the younger ones who have been given the opportunity to help the NPP government execute the President’s vision"


She added that the newbies will add up to the tall list of industrious women who are already serving in different portfolios such as the Chief of Staff, Ministers, Members of the Council of State, Ambassadors, and High Commissioners.


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"It is the expectation that many more women would be considered in subsequent appointments such as CEOs, Deputy CEOs, MMDCEs among others. The Ghanaian women have, at all material times, proven to be competent enough to handle such portfolios and deliver in the interest of the country. I, therefore, have no shred of doubt that these new ones who have been added to the list will perform par excellence" she said.


Madam Kate Gyemfua charged the new nominees to help the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection push the Affirmative Action Bill which has been on her heart for some time now.


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"I thank the President for his continuous belief in women, especially, young women. I plead with Parliament to fast-track the processes in approving their nomination so that they can quickly get to work. I also congratulate all nominees and wish them the best of luck as they serve Mother Ghana" she noted.


Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith