Indeed ‘Even Queen Elizabeth II keeps her vocabulary simple’ – Nana Dokua tells critics of Hawa Koomson

Nana Ama Dokua Asiamah-Adjei (NPP-Akropong MP), a previous Deputy Minister for Information, has leaped to the safeguard of Mavis Hawa Koomson, the troubled Fisheries and Aquaculture serve chosen one who couldn’t persuasively communicate before the Appointments Committee of Parliament.

As per Nana Ama Dokua Asiamah-Adjei, Hawa Koomson ought to be decided by her presentation at the Ministry of Special Development Initiatives where she “changed the strategy record of the service into noticeable foundation, which today, is tending to the requirements of the Ghanaian public”, however not her utilization of basic tenses to respond to inquiries during the much-discussed verifying.

In a post on her checked Facebook page, the Akropong MP expressed, “Judge the woman by her presentation in her past portfolio as the Special Development Initiatives Minister. We as a whole are observers of how she changed the approach record of her service into noticeable foundation, which today, is tending to the requirements of the Ghanaian public.”

She proceeded: “Would we say we are stressed over her utilization of straightforward tenses and fundamental jargon as a measuring stick to gauge her capability? Does the utilization of ‘immense’ jargon and effectiveness have any correlation…big No!”

Nana Dokua Asiamah-Adjei added: “Even Queen Elizabeth II keeps her jargon straightforward.”

The Akropong MP who herself barely said anything during her four years at the Information service added: “Finally, before you go along with others to snicker at the use of “repositories” in her meaning of fish cultivating, sympathetically check the significance of “supplies” as was utilized in that specific situation.”

And afterward finallyNana Dokua Asiamah-Adjei supported Mavis Hawa Koomson along these lines: “She will convey! She is skilled!”

Sampson Ahi (NDC-Bodi MP), when Mavis Hawa Koomson showed up before the Appointments Committee, asked her: “What is fish cultivating and what are a portion of the upsides of fish cultivating?”

The candidate replied: “Thank you Mr Chairman, I’ll make an honest effort. It is the way toward raising fish in repositories and fishponds, and so forth Much thanks to you. One favorable position of fish cultivating; it causes the rancher to procure pay and builds fish locally for utilization.”

During her residency as Minister for the now-old Ministry of Special Development Initiatives, Mavis Hawa Koomson was liable for the Akufo-Addo organization’s One-Village One-Dam strategy which was a disappointment.

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