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How Can A Dentist Manage Energy Ministry~ Mr Mills Jabs Gov’t

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Since the beginning of 2021, parts of the country have consistently been plunged into a state of darkness often without prior notice.
Recent power issues in the country continue to be a major concern for most Ghanaians despite the government’s assurance of constant electricity supply.
According to Great Seer Prince Mills of mystic of Open Eye Church, Ghanaians should hold Energy Minister Hon Matthew Opoku Prempeh accountable for the recent power outages across the country because he’s not performing well as we were expected.
He described the current power situation as ‘shocking and frustrating and call Hon Matthew Opoku Prempeh as incompetent, throw challenge to him to come out and curse himself with Antoa if we are not in crisis of Dumsor.
When citing an example, he said, in the advanced countries, a minister or any government official will opted based on his or her field of profession, and the course which they have mastered most in it, unlike Ghana where a dentist like Hon. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has been favourably nominated to steer the affairs of energy ministry.
The Great Seer said, such nepotism and favouritism system of governance  will never allow this country to be develope if necessary appointments wasn’t done, to avoid the system malfunctioning.
Source: Asona Dehyie Kwateng / MyGhanaMedia.com
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