Sarah Adwoa Safo, the Gender and Social Protection Minister seems to have landed herself in big trouble as she has failed to report to the ministry two weeks after she returned from her extended leave outside Ghana.
Mynewsgh.com, an online news portal is reporting that, two weeks after being in the country to get the 2022 budget statement of the government-approved by Parliament, the minister has not been to her office to resume work.
The report stated that Adwoa Safo has, therefore,
“been given a final ultimatum to report to work or be sacked from her ministerial role.”
The report alleged, the Dome-Kwabenya MP wanted to secretly travel out of the country but the President later issued an executive order to ban all travels out of the country by his ministers and their deputies.
Adwoa Safo’s role at the Gender Ministry was being occupied, temporarily by Cecilia Abena Dapaah when she took her annual leave.
Before she took her leave, there were a number of controversial issues that overwhelmed the ministry of which as a sector minister, Adwoa Safo took certain decisions but was later reversed by the Presidency.