An annual survey of the performance of Ministers and Deputy Ministers has been released by FAKS Investigative Services.

The survey, according to the Chief Executive Officer of FAKS, Fred Yaw Sarpong, focused on project initiatives, the execution of projects and the impacts the projects have or are going to have on society and Ghanaians as a whole.

The survey took place place between the months of October and December, 2018.

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The 2018 survey was the 7th Edition since FAKS started assessing the performance of Ministers, Deputies, Regional Ministers, MPs and others.

The survey FAKS gave Ghanaians the opportunity to show how they see the ministers and their deputies to be performing.

Respondents such as students, petty traders, journalists, MPs, civil society organizations (CSOs), traditional rulers, academia, business owners, commercial drivers and others contributed to the survey.

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Check full list of the most performing ministers and Deputy Minister below:


1st – Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Awal- Business Development Minister

Respondents: 4,211

Mark: 93.18%

2nd – Hon. Dan Kwaku Botwe- Regional Reorganization and Development Minister

Respondents: 4,001

Mark: 88.53%

3rd – Hon. Joe Ghartey- Railway Development Minister

Respondents: 3,911

Mark: 86.54%

4th -Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh- Education Minister

Respondents: 3,899

Mark: 86.28%

5th -Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto – Food and Agriculture Minister

Respondents: 3,502

Mark: 77.49%

6th – Hon. Isaac Kwame Asiamah- Youth and Sports Minister

Respondents: 3,233

Mark: 71.54%

7th – Hon. Ambrose Dery- Interior Minister

Respondents: 3,203

Mark: 70.87%

8th – Kwesi Amoako Atta- Roads and Highways Minister

Respondents: 3,153

Mark: 69.77%

9th – Hon. Kwaku Agyemang Manu – Health Minister

Respondents: 3,102

Mark: 68.64%

10th – Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah – Information Minister

Respondents: 3,027

Mark: 66.98%


1st – Martin Adjei- Mensah Korssh- Regional Organization and Development

Respondents: 3,978

Mark: 88.03%

2nd – Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum – Education

Respondents: 3,877

Mark: 85.79%

3rd- Michael Yaw Gyato – Water Resources and Sanitation

Respondents: 3,728

Mark: 82. 49%

4th –Hon. Gifty Tina Mensah – Health

Respondents: 3,656

Mark: 80.90% 

5th – Hon. Henry Quartey- Interior

Respondents: 3,523

Mark: 77.95%

6th – Dr. Mohammed Amin Anta- Energy

Respondents: 3,417

Mark: 75. 61%

7th- Hon. Kwaku Kwarteng – Finance

Respondents: 3,217

Mark: 71. 18%

8th – Hon. Vincent Sowah Odotei- Communications and Anthony N-Yoh Puowele Karbo- Roads and Highways

Respondents: 3,077

Mark: 68.09%

9th – Godfred Dame- Attorney General and Pius Enam Hadzide -Youth and Sports

Respondents: 3,019

Mark: 66. 81%

10th – Hon. Barbara Oteng Gyasi- Lands and Natural Resources

Respondents: 2.957

Mark: 65.43%

President Nana Akufo Addo’s government came with a lot of ministers, which was criticized by most Ghanaians.