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ADWOA SAFO REPORTEDLY GIVEN THE LAST DEADLINE TO REPORT TO WORK OR FACE BEING FIRED FROM HER MINISTERIAL POSITION [DETAILS]

Per a report by Ghbase.com, the Member of Parliament for Kwabenya constituency, Sarah Adwoa Safo who also doubles as the Minister of Gender and Social Protection, has reportedly been given an ultimatum to resume her work as the minister or face being axed.

The minister who became the centre of impersonation following the surprise appearance in Parliament when the NNP needed their member to help approve the 2022 budget has failed to return to work despite having arrived in the nation more than two weeks ago.

With her constant failure to return to work, she has been given the last deadline to go to work or face being fired from her ministerial position.

With her constant failure to return to work, she has been given the last deadline to go to work or face being fired from her ministerial position.

During Adwoa Safo’s extended leave of absence, Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources Cecilia Abena Dapaah temporarily took charge of her duties but upon her return two weeks ago, Madam Cecilia Dapaah is still acting and this has thrown more doubt as to whether she is really in the position to lead the ministry.

According to what has been reported, Adwoa Safo took her long leave as a minister after the President ordered the reinstatement of Mrs Gertrude Quashigah who was the National Coordinator of the School feeding program after she had earlier dismissed her.

But Adwoa Safo who isn’t pleased with the turn of the event stated emphatically that she couldn’t work with Mrs Quashigah.

Rumours have it that there are some groups lobbying for Mrs Quashigah to be named as the Minister of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection should Adwoa Safo resign or get sacked by President Nana Addo.

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