Council of Ministers of Togo

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The Council of Ministers of Togo consists of members appointed by the President with the advice of the Prime Minister.[1]

The Council of Ministers is chaired by the Prime Minister and is tasked with managing government operations.

Members of the Council of Ministers[edit]

Prime Minister Kwesi Ahoomey-Zunu
Minister of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Ouro Koura Agadzi
Minister of Arts and Culture Fiatuwo Kwadjo Sessenou
Minister of Commerce and Promotion of Private Sector Bernadette Essossimna Legzim-Balouki
Minister of Communication Djimon Ore
Minister of Economy and Finance Adji Oteth Ayassor
Minister of Environment and Forest Resources Dede Ahoefa Ekoue
Minister of Grassroots Development, Crafts, Youth, and Youth Employment Sidemeho Tomegah-Dogbe
Minister of Health Charles Kondi Agba
Minister of Higher Education & Research Octave Nicoue Broohm
Minister of Human Rights, Democracy, and Civic Education Leonardina Rita Doris Wilson de Souza
Minister of Industry, Free Trade Zone, and Technological Innovation Francois Agbeviade Galley
Minister of Justice and Keeper of Seals Tchitchao Tchalim
Minister of Labor, Employment, and Social Security Yacoubou Hamadou
Minister of Mail and Telecommunication Cina Lawson
Minister of Mining and Energy Dammipi Noupokou
Minister of Planning and Housing Clement Komlan Nunyabu
Minister of Primary and Secondary Education and Literacy Bernadette Essozimna Leguezim-Balouki
Minister of the Promotion of Women Patricia Dagban-Zonvide
Minister of Public Service and Administrative Reform Kokou Dzifa Adjeoda
Minister of Public Works Ninsao Gnofam
Minister of Security and Civil Protection Damehane Yark
Minister of Social Action and National Solidarity Afi Ntifa Amenyo
Minister of Sports and Leisure Bakalawa Fofana
Minister of Technical Education and Professional Training Hamadou Brim Bouraima-Diabacte
Minister of Territorial Administration, Decentralization, and Local Authorities Gilbert Bawara
Minister of Tourism Padumhekou Tchao
Minister of Transport Dammipi Noupokou
Minister of Water, Sanitation, and Village Hydraulics Bissoune Nabagou
Minister of State and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Elliot Ohin
Minister-Delegate to the President in Charge of Planning, Development, and Spatial Planning Kokou Semodji
Minister-Delegate to the Minister of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, and Fisheries in Charge of Rural Infrastructure Gourdigou Kolani

Cabinet list is accurate as of July 8, 2013[2]


  1. ^ The Book of Rule. Dorling Kindersley. 2004. p. 278.
  2. ^ "Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments," Togo. Central Intelligence Agency. Accessed on February 6, 2014.