Busia government

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This is a listing of the ministers who served in Busia's Progress Party government during the Second Republic of Ghana. The Second Republic lasted from 1 October 1969 to 13 January 1972.

List of ministers[edit]

Portfolio Minister Time frame Notes
Prime Minister Kofi Abrefa Busia 1 October 1969 – 13 January 1972
Deputy Prime Minister William Ofori Atta
J. Kwesi Lamptey
? – ?
Minister for Foreign Affairs Patrick Dankwa Anin
Victor Owusu
Patrick Dankwa Anin
Victor Owusu
William Ofori Atta
1969
1969
1969
1969 – 1971
1971 – 13 January 1972
Minister for Interior Simon Diedong Dombo
Nicholas Yaw Boafo Adade
1969 – 1971
1971 – 1972
Minister for Defence J. Kwesi Lamptey
Bukari Adama
1969 – 1971
1971 – 1972
Attorney General and Minister for Justice Nicholas Yaw Boafo Adade 1969 – 1971
Minister for Finance and Economic Planning Joseph Henry Mensah  ? – ?
Minister for Health Simon Diedong Dombo
G.D. Ampaw
 ? – ?
? – ?
Minister for Local Government K.K. Anti  ? – ?
Minister for Education, Culture and Sport William Ofori Atta
R. R. Amponsah
 ? – 1971
1971 – Jan 1972
Minister for Agriculture Prof Twum Barima[1]
Dr. Kwame Safo Adu[2]
1969 – ?
? – 1972
Minister for Trade, Industry and Tourism R.A. Quarshie  ? – ?
Minister for Labour and Social Welfare Jatoe Kaleo  ? – ?
Minister for Transport and Communications Haruna Esseku  ? – ?
Minister for Works S.W. Awuku Darko  ? – ?
Minister for Housing Dr. W. Bruce Konuah  ? – ?
Minister for Social Development A.A. Munufie  ? – ?
Minister for Lands, Mineral Resources, Forestry and Wildlife R. R. Amponsah  ? – 1971
Minister for Information T.D. Brodie Mends  ? – ?
Minister for Parliamentary Affairs B.K. Adama  ? – ?
Minister of State (Protocol) K.G. Osei Bonsu ? – ?


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Former Heads of MoFA". Official website. Ministry of Food and Agriculture. Retrieved 7 August 2012. 
  2. ^ "NPP’s Safo-Adu Is Dead". General News of Saturday, 3 October 2009 (~Ghana Home Page). Retrieved 2009-10-04. 
Preceded by
National Liberation Council (1966-1969)
Government of Ghana
1969 – 1972
Succeeded by
National Redemption Council (1972-1975)