President John Dramani Mahama says all statutory boards whose tenure of office have expired should remain in caretaker positions until substantive boards are established.
President Mahama gave the directive in a statement signed by the Executive Secretary to the President, Dr. Raymond Atuguba.
Read below the full statement:
His Excellency the President, has directed that for the orderly conduct of Government business, all statutory Boards whose tenure of office has expired should be in care-taker positions until substantive boards are established.
In the spirit of the Transition Act, the Boards shall not take decisions involving a policy issue, sign any major agreement or engage in any significant financial transaction without clearance from the Office of the President.
Dr. Raymond Atuguba
Executive Secretary to the President
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