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Akufo-Addo Reinstates NPC Boss – My News Ghana

President Akufo-Addo has prolonged the time period of workplace of the Government Director of the Nationwide Inhabitants Council (NPC), Dr Leticia Appiah, weeks after the board chair plotted to get her out.

It is going to be recalled that on Monday, 16 November 2020, the board chair Dr Gladys Ashitey ordered Dr Appiah at hand over to her, claiming her tenure had expired.

The directive sparked anger amongst some board members and workers of the organisation, forcing an intervention by the Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo-Maafo.

The Workplace of the President has settled the problem by renewing the mandate of the chief director.

Background

Some board members and workers of the Nationwide Inhabitants Council have jumped to the defence of Dr Leticia Appiah following the current letter from the board of the organisation asking her to proceed on terminal depart.

In keeping with the involved board members, a few of their colleagues have, by way of varied actions and choices, made it tough for the chief director to carry out her operate of main the workers of the NPC.

The 23-member board of the Council which was put collectively in 2019, seems divided over the November 4, letter asking the chief Director to proceed on terminal depart.

Paperwork obtainable to Starr Information present that two workers members of the group – Richard Aroquah and Forster Brehini – brazenly declared their unwillingness to work with the chief director when she introduced them as a part of her administration crew final 12 months. The choice by the workers was reportedly backed by some members of the board.

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Some members of the board say the transfer was been a part of an try to get Dr. Appiah faraway from workplace.

Citing an instance of the alleged makes an attempt, a board member who spoke to Starr Information on situation of anonymity referenced the choice of the board chair Dr Gladys Ashiety to testify in opposition to the chief director at CHRAJ in an deadlock with a workers.

A copy of the testimony of the board chair at CHRAJ against the Executive Director
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Talking to Starr Information following the terminal depart directive given the Government Director by the board, one other board member Cecelia Senoo mentioned the directive to the chief director is shocking to most board members.

“A few of us on the board do not know that the Government Director on the Nationwide Inhabitants Council has been requested to proceed on depart.”

She added “How are you going to ask her to proceed on depart? The place would you like her to go? In any case, she was appointed by the President. I believe we must always have completed the evaluation, checked the gaps after which suggestions given to who appointed her.

“I do know there are points between the workers and the Government Director which the board was supposed to deal with. From my viewpoint, we haven’t been capable of handle points to make sure that issues get again to regular. I believe it’s been a failure. We should change issues that gained’t assist the establishment develop however they have to be addressed objectively and holistically.”

Starrfm.com.gh has made a number of calls and despatched a textual content message to the board chair for her response to the claims, they haven’t been responded to.

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