Make performance evaluation of appointees public - GII
| Updated Feb 13, 2018 at 4:09pm
The Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), wants government to make public the performance evaluation of its appointees which begun yesterday.
The GII believes this will enhance the transparency process.
The Head of Public Relations at the Ghana Integrity Initiative, Michael Boadi, told GBC's Felix Cofie, that the public exposure of the process will let the Ministers sit up to meet targets set by the President.
Mr. Boadi also commended the President for the initiative which he said is good for governance.