Cabinet of Ghana

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The Cabinet of Ghana is the Executive Branch of the Government of Ghana. The Cabinet members are appointed by the President and report to the President. The Cabinet is constituted in conformity with Article 76 (1) of the 1992 Constitution of Ghana. The Constitution enjoins the President to have a Cabinet of not less than 10 and not more than 19 ministers.[1]

=Current cabinet=ministry of energy Mr John Peter Amewu[edit]

Portrait Portfolio Incumbent Term
No image.svg Ministry of Trade and Industry Alan Kyeremanten 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Finance Ken Ofori-Atta 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Defence Dominic Nitiwul 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of The Interior Ambrose Dery 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Energy Boakye Agyarko 2017 -
No image.svg Office of Attorney General and Ministry of Justice Gloria Akuffo 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Foreign Affairs Shirley Ayorkor Botchway 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Food and Agriculture Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Education Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Health Kwaku Agyemang-Manu 2017 -
No image.svg Minister of Monitoring and Evaluation Dr. Anthony Akoto Osei 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Regional Reorganization and Development Dan Kweku Botwe 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources John Peter Amewu 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources Joseph Kofi Adda 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Railway Development Joe Ghartey 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations Ignatius Bafuor Awuah 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Transport Kweku Ofori Asiamah 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Catherine Afeku 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Special Development Initiative Mavis Hawa Koomson 2017 -
No image.svg Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development (Ghana) Elizabeth Afoley Quaye 2017 -
No image.svg Deputy minister (Ghana) Owuraku Aidoo

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ FM, Citi. "Arts Minister Catherine Afeku makes it to Cabinet". ghanaweb.com. ghanaweb. Retrieved 7 July 2017.