Catherine Afeku Talked Too Much – ATWAG President reveals what caused Minister’s demotion
ATWAG President William Asiedu has opined on what may have caused the removal of the former minister of Tourism, Creative Arts and Culture, Hon. Catherine Afeku from office.
According to the President and renowned arts writer, the minister may have been demoted because she spoke too much and did very little.
Explaining further, William Asiedu aired that the former minister seemed to have acted more of a PRO than a head of an institution. He added that Catherine Afeku’s handling of the All African Music Awards, AFIMA, may have also contributed to her removal.
In an interview with George Quaye on Joy FM’s Showbiz A-Z, William Asiedu suggested that these reasons and many others, might have led to Hon Catherine’s dismissal from the tourism ministry.
“All though she was doing well, she was receiving a lot of bashing because people thought that she was talking too much, she was being too much of a PR person. Because as a minister, you have a PRO who was literally dead, people didn’t even know that he existed. Because when you talk so much the expectations heighten. And secondly, the AFRIMA thing hurt her,” gossips24.com captured