The Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga, has guarded the Appointment Committee’s delicate verifying of Sarah Adwoa Safo, the Gender, Children and Social Protection serve candidate.
Talking on Eyewitness News, he said the council didn’t pressure her dependent on “wellbeing grounds”.
“Before she came, we found that she had quite recently conveyed thus normally, we felt that someone who has quite recently conveyed, possibly we ought to have delayed her screening, and we didn’t defer it since we just got the data,” Mr. Ayariga clarified.
He likewise said Adwoa Safo was a moderately “known ware” to the board.
“We will in general realize her history since she was a previous individual from the Appointments Committee. She was a head of the House promptly going before her latest designation.”
On why more inquiries on her past portfolio as Minister of State for Procurement were asked, Mr. Ayariga recommended that she didn’t have a lot of impact in that area.
“We understood that there was no change to truly bring the Procurement Authority under her order. It was as yet under the Finance Ministry, so it compelled us as far as the regions of thought.”
Likewise, on Eyewitness News, the Okaikwoi Central MP, Patrick Boamah, minimized proposals that the council approached Madam Safo like a child.
Regardless of her checking running under 60 minutes, Mr. Boamah said the nature of procedures was more critical than amount.
“It isn’t about the length the people went through with the board. It is about the nature of inquiries we subject the chosen one to,” he demanded.
He likewise emphasized the board’s fulfillment with her history.
“We were happy with her exhibition as a representative chief and her capacity to lead the House when the head of the House was nowhere to be found,” Mr. Boamah said.