The Daily Graphic writes under the heading, “let’s get it right with the vetting". The paper states categorically that the vetting of the nominees is similar to a job interview and so the process must elicit answers from nominees that show that they are indeed qualified for the job. The paper says the nominees are also not supposed to be emotional about questions posed neither are they to adopt a confrontational or arrogant posture before the committee. The Daily Graphic says it is concerned because the notion by a section of the public is that the vetting exercise is a waste of time, resources and needs to be eroded. The paper reminds Ghanaians that there have been occasions that nominees were not passed because they did not meet the requirements, citing Ekwow Spio Garbrah, during the Rawlings' regime and Owuraku Amofa of the Eagle party. The Daily Graphic believes the work of the Appointments Committee to deal with essentials, instead of the repetitive and long winding questions will do the country a lot of good.