President Nana Akufo-Addo has all his 34 substantive ministers in place to help him run government.
The Appointments Committee of Parliament have vetted all 34 ministers and approved same largely on consensus.
YEN.com.gh bring you our subjective and unscientific analysis of ministers who we deem and think will perform poorly in their various portfolios based on their performance at the vetting.
In no particular order, we begin with Otiko Afisa Djaba, Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection.
If what happened during her vetting is anything to go by, then one can easily say Madam Otiko Djaba is expected to fail in her ministry.
She is the only ministerial nominee who failed to get approval by parliamentary consensus, she had to go through by majority vote.
The next worst minister is Minister for Youth and Sports, Isaac Kwame Asiamah.
Mr Asiamah will be running the affairs of the controversial Sports Ministry but judging from his performance at the vetting, one can easily predict he is set to fail massively.
Renowned Football pundit Nana Kwaku Agyemang says the performance of Sports Minister-designate Isaac Asiamah during his vetting clearly indicates that the incoming minister is on a “dead end road.”
Also, a section of Ghanaians have described his performance as disappointing and edgy. Asiamah who appeared agitated was on several occasions asked to calm down by the Chairman of the committee, Joseph Osei-Owusu.
Shirley Ayorkor Botwe, Minister for Foreign Affairs is also another minister we believe may not excel based on her performance at the vetting.
She took over from Hanna Tetteh, who many tagged as arrogant but was exceptional during her tenure as Foreign Affairs Minister.
Another person who disappointed at the vetting is Minister for Education, Matthew Opoku Prempeh.
The Member of Parliament for Manhyia South is one of Ghana’s finest legislators but on the day of vetting, he was a big flop depending on where you sit or stand.
The medical doctor did not sound like he was on top of issues in the educational sector but perhaps only time will tell.