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The first-term Akufo-Addo government overall had 36 substantive ministers and seven ministers of state. There were also 48 deputy ministers and 16 regional ministers, as well as 16 deputy regional ministers. This brought the total number of ministers and deputy ministers to 123.
The number is expected to go down by at least 30% as the president seeks to trim his government machinery. It is expected the number of deputy ministers will fall considerably, and that some ministries will be scrapped or merge
1. Ministry of Agric – Hon Osei Akoto
2. Ministry of Defence – Hon. Dominic Nitiwul, MP
3. Ministry of National Security- Hon. Albert Kan Dapah
4. Ministry of Trade and Industry- Hon. Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen
5. Ministry of Energy, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, MP.
6. Ministry of Finance – Hon. Ken Ofori Atta.
7. Ministry of Foreign Affairs -Hon. Ayorkor Botchwey
8. Ministry of Tourism – Hon. Mohammed Awal
9. Ministry of Youth & Sport – Hon. Mustapha Ussif, MP
10. Ministry of Works & Housing – Hon. Francis Asenso-Boakye, MP
11. Ministry of Lands & Natural Resources, Hon. Abu Jinapor, MP
12. Ministry of Communication & Information – Hon. Ursula Owusu, MP
13. Presidential Spokesperson – Hon. Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah, MP.
14. Attorney General – Hon. Godfred Yeboah Dame
15. Ministry of Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, MP
16. Ministry of Local Government – Hon. Dan Botwe, MP
17. Ministry of Roads & Highways – Hon. Amoako Atta, MP
18. Ministry of Railway Development – Hon. John-Peter Amewu, MP.
19. Minister of Interior – Hon. Ambrose Derry, MP.
20. Hon. Alhassan S. Tampuli, MP, Deputy Minister of Transport
21. Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam, MP. Deputy Mister of Energy
22. Hon. Farouk Aliu Mahama – Deputy Minister of Trade & Industry
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