Ghana is a country led by a President who appoints different people to serve as ministers in different capacities. Nana Addo Dankwa, the current president came up with the following list of ministers to help him during his tenure in office.
The Senior Minister
Yaw Osafo Maafo, given the duty to oversee and coordinate all ministries.
Boakye Agyarko, given the responsibility of energy production and policy affairs in c sector
Dr Matthew Opuku Prempeh, in charge of all educational services and policy formulation in Ghana’s education sector
Ursula Owusu- Ekuful charged with regulating communication institutions in the country.
Trade and Industry Minister
Alan Kyerematen, with the responsibility of forming policies for controlling both Ghana’s internal and external trade
Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto, responsible for food security through farming policies in the country.
Youth and Sports Minister
Isaac Kwame Asiamah charged with the responsibility of taking care of sporting activities in Ghana.
Ofori Asiamah tasked with the maintenance and oversight of infrastructural projects and transport means.
Lands and Natural Resource Minister
John Peter Amewu dealing with the sustainable land resources management including wildlife and natural phenomena.
Foreign Affairs Minister
Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey taking care of all diplomatic duties and addressing issues of Ghanaian citizens living abroad.
Works and Housing Minister
Samuel Attta Akyea tasked with controlling all Ghana development projects done by the government.
Dominic Nitiwul, responsible for security and peace matters of the nation particularly in responding to security threats.
Prof. Gyan Baffour charged with heading all systematic planning activities for sustainable development relating to the environment.
Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, heading the communication of government programs and policies to the citizens educating them on government policies.
Ken Ofori Atta in charge of budgetary preparation for each fiscal year with details of government revenue and expenditure.
Employment and Social Welfare Minister
Ignatius Baffour Awuah responsible for bridging unemployment and social welfare policy formulation.
Business Development Minister
Ibrahim Awal Mohammed charged with the business strategies formation and fueling startups into excellence.
Cecilia Dapaah charged with administering licenses to aviation businesses and training centers and regulating them.
Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister
Naa Afoley Quaye tasked with creating awareness on aquaculture and Fisheries to boost food security in Ghana.
Environment, Science and Technology Minister
Prof. Kwabena Frimpong Boateng overseeing all scientific researches in technology with an objective of conserving the environment.
Special Development Initiatives Minister
Mavis Hawa Koomson, given the responsibility to oversee the country’s development programs
Railways Development Minister
Joe Ghartey tasked with railway systems development and maintenance.
Local Government Minister
Hajia Alima Mahama, given the responsibility to oversee all major governmental projects by various ministries in the country
Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister
Catherine Akefu, dealing with policies on market arts, culture and tourism
Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs Minister
Kofi Dzamesi, tasked with promoting the relationship between traditional authorities and local government.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister
Osei Kyei-Mensah Bonsou given the responsibility of handling daily parliament functions.
Kwaku Agyemang Manu responsible for the maintenance and enhancement of Ghana’s health sector alongside the social welfare of workers in the sector.
Gender and Social Protection Minister
Otiko Afisa Djaba tasked with addressing social injustices done against the people of the land.
These are the people serving as ministers in the current Ghanaian Government.