They were sworn in to oversee specific sector ministries in Ghana but interestingly some of these ministers and deputies are barely known of by Ghanaians. Find out five of such ministers and deputies.
Nii Osah Mills
Minister for lands and natural resources, Nii Osah Mills who is also an attorney in charge of the Refuges and Present Attorney Economics Community of West Africa States is barely heard of in Ghana's political scene. Yes he may be engaging in some behind the scenes policies best aimed at protecting Ghana's natural resources but truth be told, he is barely heard of.
Hon. Alhaji Mohammed Muniru
Minister for Food and Agriculture, Alhaji Mohammed Muniru has mostly been in the news for the negative reasons - talk of the zero growth in Ghana's agricultural sector. Aside that the sector minister is mostly less heard of in Ghana's political landscape - maybe because he is media shy or just not eager to make known his presence.
Gilbert Kenneth Adjei
He is the deputy minister designate in the ministry of defense and attorney general department but since his nomination in vetting way back in 2015, the legal luminary is barely seen before the courts battling out issues related to conflict resolution and also the recent legal tussle with Ivory Coast with regards the disputed maritime boarders.
Where was Mona Quartey when Ghana was in talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for an austere program, was Mona Quartey 'available' during debates regarding the continues depreciating? Your guess is as good as mine!
Barbara Serwaa Asamoah
She may seem to be a stranger in politics but you would be amazed to know that she is the deputy minister in charge of lands and natural resources. She may be ''studying on the political'' job as a young minister but as it stands now, her contributions are arguably barely felt as a deputy minister.