Word on the street and on a number of online portals in the country suggests entertainment pundit, music producer and business manager, Mark Okraku Mantey is to serve in Nana Akufo-Addo’s government as a Deputy Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture.

Also, daughter of Business magnate and owner of the Angel group of companies, Dr Kwaku Oteng is to serve in the President’s second term of office. Francisca Oteng, if reports are anything to go by, will serve as a Deputy Minister for Fisheries and Acquaculture.

The President’s list, despite having several new faces still has some prominent figures from his first tenure including Kwaku Kwarteng and Charles Adu Boahen who are to serve as Deputy Ministers for Trade and Industries and Finance respectively.

See below a full list of nominees purported to serve in President Akufo-Addo’s second term of office. Newswire GH will bring you a confirmation of these names once official communication by the Presidency is made


Deputy Minister of Energy – Moses Anim

Deputy Minister of Trade & Industries – Kwaku Kwarteng

Deputy Minister of Lands – Patrick Boamah

Deputy Minister of Communication & Digitalization- Richard Ahigbah

Deputy Minister of Info – Yaw Adomako Baafi

Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture- Mark Okraku Mantey

Deputy Minister of Education- Rev Ntim Fordjour

Deputy Finance Minister – Charles Adu Boahen

Deputy Minister of Agriculture- Dr Vincent Eziah Crop Science Department, University of Ghana

Deputy Minister of Works & Housing- Dr Jonathan Anaglo Department of Extension Service, University of Ghana

Deputy Minister of Transport- Darkoa Newman

Deputy Minister of Chieftancy & Religious Affairs- Jabaah John Bennam

Deputy Minister of Gender – Esther Nyinaa

Deputy Minister of Employment – Lawyer Justin Koduah

Deputy Minister of Local Government, Decentralization and Rural Development – Akwasi Afrifa-Mensah

Deputy Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture – Francisca Oteng

Deputy Minister of Roads and High Ways – David Asante

Deputy Minister of Railways Development – Dr Adomako Kissi

Deputy Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources – Martin Kwabena Kwakye

Deputy Minister of Defence – Dr Muhammed Anyars

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration – Samuel Pyne

Deputy Minister of the Interior – Jones Kusi

Deputy Minister of Health – Dr Alfred Oko Boye

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