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Akufo-Addo’s ministerial list hits record 110

The President, Nana Akufo-Addo has released the much anticipated 50-man deputy ministerial nomination list.

Four other persons including deputy Majority Leader, Sarah Adwoa Safo and the President of the Central University College, Professor Kwesi Yankah have also been named as Ministers of State.

In a letter addressed to the Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Ocquaye on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, President Akufo-Addo urged the house to vet the nominees with swiftness.

The list if approved by Parliament, will make the Akufo-Addo government the largest ever with 110 and ministers and deputies.

The government currently has 36 sector ministers and 10 regional ministers already sworn in and working while the 10 deputy regional ministers who were earlier nominated are undergoing vetting by the Appointments Committee of Parliament.

The highest number of ministers in the Fourth Republic has been 77 for the Rawlings administration; 88 for that Kufuor; 68 for that of the late Professor Mills and 78 for the Mahama administration.

See the full list below:

The names of the nominees for Ministers of State are as follows:

Minister of State at the Office of the President in charge of Public Procurement – Hon Sarah Adwoa Safo

Minister of State at the Office of the President – Brian Acheampong

Minister of State at the Ministry of Agriculture – Nurah Gyeile

Minister of State at the Ministry of Education in charge of Tertiary Education – Kwesi Yankah

For the list of deputy ministers, while some ministries have been allocated three deputies, others have one, who will support the substantive ministers to deliver on the government’s mandate.

The names of the nominees for Deputy Ministers are as follows:

Ministry of Finance – Kwaku Kwarteng, Hon Abena Osei Asare, & Charles Adu Boahen

Ministry of Energy – Hon Owuraku Aidoo, Joseph Cudjoe, Mohammed Amin Anta

Ministry of Local Government and Rural Dev’t – Hon Osei Bonsu Amoah, Collins Ntim, Kwasi Boateng Agyei

Ministry of Information – Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Hon Ama Dokuaa Asiamah Agyei, Perry Curtis Kwabla Okudzeto

Ministry of Agriculture – Hon William Agyapong Quaitoo, Hon Dr Sagre Bambangi, Hon George Oduro

Ministry of Trade and Industry – Hon Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah, Robert Ahomka-Lindsay

Ministry of Roads and Highways – Hon Kwabena Owusu Aduomi, Hon Anthony N-Yoh Puowele Karbo

Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources – Hon Benito Owusu Bio, Hon Barbara Oteng Gyasi

Ministry of Works and Housing – Hon Freda Prempeh, Hon Eugene Antwi

Ministry of Education – Hon Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, Hon Barbara Ayisi Acher

Office of Attorney General and Ministry of Justice – Godfred Dame, Hon Joseph Dinkiok Kpemka

Ministry of Health – Hon Kingsley Aboagye Gyedu, Hon Tina Mensah

Ministry of Railways Development – Hon Kwaku Agyenim Boateng, Hon Andy Appiah-Kubi

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration – Hon Mohammed Habbib Tijani, Charles Owiredu

Ministry of Communications – Hon George Andah, Hon Vincent Sowah Odotei

Ministry of Water Resources and Sanitation – Hon Patrick Boamah, Hon Michael Yaw Gyato

Ministry of Defence – Hon Maj. Derrick Oduro

Ministry of The Interior – Hon Henry Quartey

Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology and Innovation – Hon Patricia Appiagyei

Ministry of Regional Reorganisation and Development – Martin Agyei-Mensah Korsah

Ministry of Transport – Hon Nii Kwartei Titus Glover

Ministry of Employment And Social Welfare – Hon Bright Wireko Brobbey

Ministry of Fisheries And Aquaculture – Hon Francis Kingsley Ato Cudjoe

Ministry of Aviation – Hon Kwabena O. Darko-Mensah

Ministry of Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs – Hon Paul Essien

Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection – Hon Gifty Twum Ampofo

Ministry of Youth And Sports – Pius Enam Hadzide

Ministry of Tourism, Creative Arts And Culture – Hon Dr Ziblim Barri Iddi

Ministry of Monitoring And Evaluation – Hon William Kwasi Sabi

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