The Former Deputy Information Minister Puis Enam Hadzide is left out from President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s Ministers for his second govermment.
Mr. Puis Enam Hadzide, a pound Ewe citizen has been kicked out from the President’s key appointees. His name was first missing in President Akufo-Addo’s Ministerial Nominees presented to Parliament’s Appointment Committee for vetting.
Many individuals believe that, he was not part of the ministerial nominees probably because, the President wants him appointed as Deputy Minister for one of the Ministries. Hopes were very high, friends and families were anticipating for goodies in the second list.
But, unfortunately, things didn’t end well with the vulnerable and astuete former Deputy Information Minister as the office of the President has finally released full list of the Deputy Ministerial Nominees.
It’s unclear why Puis Enam Hadzide is kicked out from the President’s nominees but, information gathered by Coverghana.com.gh disclosed that, he may be appointed as Chief Executive Officer of an undisclosed govermment institution.
Check below, the full list of the Deputy Ministerial Nominees for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s second term in office.
1. Deputy Minister of Energy – Moses Anim
2. Deputy Minister of Trade & Industries – Kwaku Kwarteng
3. Deputy Minister of Lands – Patrick Boamah
4. Deputy Finance Minister – Abena Osei-Asare
5. Deputy Minister of Communication & Digitalization- Richard Ahigbah
6. Deputy Minister of Info – Yaw Adomako Baafi
7. Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture- Mark Okraku Mantey
8. Deputy Minister of Education- Rev Ntim Fordjour
9. Deputy Finance Minister – Charles Adu Boahen
10. Deputy Minister of Agriculture- Dr Vincent Eziah Crop Science Department, University of Ghana
11. Deputy Minister of Works & Housing- Dr Jonathan Anaglo Department of Extension Service, University of Ghana
12. Deputy Minister of Transport- Darkoa Newman
13. Deputy Minister of Chieftancy & Religious Affairs- Jabaah John Bennam
14. Deputy Minister of Gender – Esther Nyinaa
15. Deputy Minister of Employment – Lawyer Justin Koduah
16. Deputy Minister of Local Government, Decentralization and Rural Development – Akwasi Afrifa-Mensah
17. Deputy Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture – Francisca Oteng
18. Deputy Minister of Roads and High Ways – David Asante
19. Deputy Minister of Railways Development – Dr Adomako Kissi
20. Deputy Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources – Martin Kwabena Kwakye
21. Deputy Minister of Defence – Dr Muhammed Anyars
22. Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration – Samuel Pyne
23. Deputy Minister of the Interior – Jones Kusi
24. Deputy Minister of Health – Dr Alfred Oko Boye