“My nomination came as a shock” – Oti Regional Minister-Designate

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Mr Joshua Makubu, Oti Regional Minister-Designate, has revealed that his nomination came as a shock to him.

The  Regional Minister-Designate, who is a person living with disability, mentioned that he is, however, grateful to the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo for the recognition.

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has today, Thursday, 21st January 2021, submitted to parliament a list of proposed Ministers and Regional Ministers.

The list has been submitted for the process of their prior approval for appointment, in accordance with the dictates of the Constitution.

This development was revealed in a statement signed by the Director of communications at the Presidency, Mr. Eugene Bentum Arhin.

Speaking with the Media, Mr Joshua Makubu, explained that although he was optimistic he was going to serve the nation, he wasn’t sure where the appointment would come from.

“It was a shock to me when I heard the announcement. I did not know I was going to be made a Minister. I know I can serve my country and government, but I did not know I would be given a Regional Minister and I am equally prepared and up to the task,”  he said.

The  Regional Minister-Designate who was not born with the disability, said his leg was amputated  after  he had an unsuccessful at age 9.

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