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Full List of Nana Addo’s Deputy Minister Nominees

President Nana Addo is expected to present to parliament a list of deputy minister nominees to be vetted as required by the constitution. Unlike his erstwhile administration, the president is said to have added a third force to back the finance minister.

The eloquent Fatimah Abubakar of the president’s legal team who doubles as the deputy communication director at the presidency will leave to occupy one of two deputy positions led by Oppong Nkrumah.

MP for Sekondi, Andrew Egyapa Mercer is also set to become a deputy minister under the energy ministry.

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In an exclusive report, Asaase FM indicated that the deputy ministerial list will have more women than men.

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This is waht we know so far regarding the list:

Full List of Deputy Minister Nominees:

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Education
John Ntim Fordjour
Gifty Twum Ampofo

Energy
Andrew Egyapa Mercer
Amin Adam
Owuraku Aidoo

Finance
Abena Osei Asare
John Kumah
Charles Adu Boahen

Trade & Industry
Dokua Asiamah Adjei
Okyere Baafi
Herbert Krapa

Attorney General
Dinah Asonabah Dapaah
Tuah Yeboah

Interior
Nana Eyiah

Defence
Amankwah Manu

Gender, Children and Social Protection
Lariba Zuweira Abudu

Railways
Asante Boateng

Employment and Labour Relations
Bright Wereko Brobby

Fisheries
Moses Anim

Roads & Highways
Mavis Nkansah Boadu
Stephen Jalulah

Communication
Ama Pomaa Andoh
Richard Ahiagbah

Lands and Forestry
Benito Owusu-Bio
George Mireku Duker

Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration
Thomas Mbomba
Ampratwum Sarpong

Food and Agriculture
Yaw Frimpong
Hardi Tuferu

Transport
Hassan Tampuli
Frederick Adom

Health
Tina Mensah
Asei Mahama

Information
Fatimatu Abubakari

Works and Housing
Abdulai Abanga

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