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Cabinet reshuffle… ten to go!

Cabinet reshuffle… ten to go!

While ministers and deputies have had a stressful work time all day long, wondering whether their names are on list of persons to face the sacking, ten have been identified and are sure to make a polite exit.

Hullabaloos over President Koroma’s sacking of ministers that are ‘underperformers’ continues to make the rounds in high quarters including State House.

Sources say ten ministers are among the list of persons jotted down for exit anytime from now.

The sacking of the ministers, we are told, is due to unsatisfactory performance.

Although State House sources have not mentioned the names of ministers listed for sacking, it was disclosed that the sack memorandum will be out anytime this week.

It could be said that President Koroma’s three years of governance has kept lips of individuals busy and has created doubt with reference to the unnecessary retention of ministers and other state actors who are clearly non-performers.

It has reached this press that some ministers have their day with close friends and family members of the President, which will influence their retention as ministers.

While Sierra Leoneans meditate over President Koroma’s promise of making this country a paradise within three years, some petty traders have referred to the numerous potholes on the streets of Freetown as carelessness on the part of government and the responsible ministry.

It could be recalled that the cabinet of President Koroma was appointed on the basis of performance evaluation, which means a minister that cannot perform could be fired without notice.

Our sources at State House have articulated President Koroma’s uncompromising stance in the unconditional sacking of ministers including those many say are his townsmen.

Credible information reaching this press say the cabinet reshuffle will also bring to realities the replacement of underperforming secretaries and heads of government institutions.

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