Leaders and Cabinet Members

Pres.

Nana AKUFO-ADDO

Vice Pres.

Mahamudu BAWUMIA

Min. of Aviation

Cecelia DAPAAH

Min. of Business Development

Ibrahim Awal MOHAMMED

Min. of Chieftaincy & Traditional Affairs

Samuel Kofi DZAMESI

Min. of Communications

Ursula OWUSU-EKUFUL

Min. of Defense

Dominic NITIWUL

Min. of Education

Mathew Opoku PREMPEH

Min. of Employment & Labor Relations

Ignatius Baffour AWUAH

Min. of Energy & Petroleum

Boakye AGYARKO

Min. of Environment, Science, Technology, & Innovation

Dan BOTWE

Min. of Finance & Economic Planning

Ken Ofori ATTA

Min. of Fisheries & Aquaculture Development

Elizabeth Naa Afoley QUAYE

Min. of Food & Agriculture

Akoto Osei AFRIYIE

Min. of Foreign Affairs & Regional Integration

Shirley Ayorkor BOTCHWEY

Min. of Gender, Children, & Social Protection

Otiko Afisa DJABA

Min. of Health

Kwaku AGYEMAN-MANU

Min. of Information & Media Relations

Mustapha ABDUL-HAMID

Min. of Inner City & Zongo Development

Boniface Abubakari SADDIQUE

Min. of Interior

Ambrose DERY

Min. of Justice & Attorney Gen.

Gloria AKUFFO

Min. of Lands & Natural Resources

John Peter AMEWU

Min. of Local Govt. & Rural Development

Hajia Alima MAHAMA

Min. of Monitoring & Evaluation

Anthony AKOTO OSEI

Min. of National Security

Albert KAN-DAPAAH

Min. of Parliamentary Affairs & Majority Leader

Osei Kyei-MENSA-BONSU

Min. of Railways Development

Joe GHARTEY

Min. of Regional Reorganization & Development

Dan BOTWE

Min. of Roads & Highways

Kwesi Amoako ATTA

Min. of Sanitation & Water Resources

Joseph Kofi ADDA

Min. of Tourism, Culture, & Creative Arts

Catherine Abelema AFEKU

Min. of Trade & Industry

Alan KYEREMATENG

Min. of Transportation

Kweku Ofori ASIAMAH

Min. of Water Resources, Works, & Housing

Samuel Atta AKYEA

Min. of Youth & Sports

Isaac Kwame ASIAMAH

Senior Min.

Yaw Osafo MAAFO

Governor, Bank of Ghana

Henry Kofi WAMPAH

Ambassador to the US

Barfour ADJEI-BARWUAH

Permanent Representative to the UN, New York

Martha Ama Akyaa Pobee

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