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21-Jan-2016  
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President John Dramani Mahama has appointed Dr. Sipa Yankey as the Minister designate for Finance and Economic Planning in a second reshuffle.

According to a statement signed by the Chief of Staff Julius Debrah, the President has also made the following changes.:

1. Dr. Spio Garbrah- Foreign Affairs Ministry

2. Hon. Hannah Tetteh- Ministry of Gender and Social Protection

3. Hon. Lee Ocran - Labour and Employment Ministry.

4. Hon. Kwesi Awhoi- Defence Ministry

5. Hon. John Jinapor- Ministry of Power.

The statement also thanked Hon. Haruna Iddrisu (MP), Hon. Benjamin Kunbour (MP) and Hon. Seth Tepker for their wonderful contribution to the government and wish them well.


Thanks,
SxD.


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Media Office
Flagstaff House Communications Bureau
Office of the President
Flagstaff House
Kanda- Accra
Ghana

However, Communications Minister, Dr Omane Boamah has described the news as "false".

He dismissed the statement in an sms message to Peacefmonline.com.

In a related development, a statement on Flagstaff House Facebook Wall is asking the public to disregard the information currently trending on social media.


Below is a reproduction of the post on the seat of government's social media page.

Good morning.

Kindly ignore a list of new 'appointments' making the rounds via WhatsApp platforms. The Office of the President has issued no such statement. All official statements are first issued via the official email address and posted on the Flagstaff House Facebook Page.
 







 
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