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This is a list of the ministers of the Ghanaian Government appointed by president John Atta Mills of the National Democratic Congress. His government assumed office on 7 January 2009.


Ministers of State

  • Ministry of Defence — Lt. Gen. Joseph Henry Smith
  • Ministry of the Interior — Cletus Avoka (MP)
  • Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Environment — Joseph Yieleh-Chireh
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and NEPAD (Ghana) — Muhammad Mumuni
  • Ministry of Information — Zita Okai Kwei
  • Ministry of Justice and Attorney General's Department — Betty Mould-Iddrisu
  • Ministry of Foods and Agriculture — Kwesi Ahwoi
  • Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning — Kwabena Dufuor
  • Ministry of Trade and Industry — Hannah Tetteh
  • Ministry of Tourism — Juliana Azumah Mensah (MP)
  • Ministry of Water Resources, Works and Housing — Albert Abongo (MP)
  • Ministry of Transport — Mike Hammah
  • Ministry of Communication — Haruna Iddrisu
  • Ministry of Energy — Joe Oteng-Adjei
  • Ministry of Lands, Forestry and Natural Resources — Collins Dauda
  • Ministry of Education — Alex Tettey-Enyo
  • Ministry for Youth and Sports - Mohammed Mubarak
  • Ministry of Health — Dr. George Yankey
  • Ministry of Women and Children's Affairs — Akua Sena Dansua (MP)
  • Minister for Employment and Social Welfare — Stephen Kwoe Amoanor
  • Ministry of Culture and Chieftaincy — Alexander Asum-Ahensah

Regional Ministers

Office of the President

  • Azong Alhassan
  • Mrs. Hautie Dubie Alhassan

See also

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