Updated Salary Of Ministers In Ghana

By | February 3, 2021

Updated Salary Of Ministers In Ghana

Salary Of Ministers In Ghana – A minister is a politician who heads a ministry, making and implementing decisions on policies in conjunction with the other ministers. Thus being a minister is a very lucrative and prestigious profession.

President Nana Akufo-Addo has submitted to Parliament for the approval, through the Speaker, Alban Bagbin, a list of names for appointment as Ministers in his new government.

This list includes the names of some 46 persons expected to fill the ministerial positions and support the president to fulfil his mandate in the next four years. Are you asking yourself the take home salary of these ministers? Don’t worry , this article to help you discover the Salary structure Of Ministers In Ghana.

Before we get to Know the details Of Salary Of Ministers In Ghana , Lets be clear with what most people ask about ministers salary in Ghana.

How many ministers are in ghana 2021?

This list includes the names of some 46 persons to fill the ministerial positions and support the president to fulfil his mandate in the next four years.

Minister Of National Security – Albert Kan Dapaah

Minister Of Finance – Ken Ofori-Atta

Minister Of Trade And Industry – Alan Kyerematen

Minister Of Defence – Hon. Dominic Nitiwul, MP

Minister Of Interior – Hon. Ambrose Dery, MP

Minister Of Foreign Affairs And Regional Integration – Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey

Minister Of Attorney General And Minister For Justice – Godfred Dame

Minister Of Local Government, Decentralization And Rural Development – Hon. Dan Botwe, MP

Minister Of Parliamentary Affairs – Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, MP

Minister Of Communication And Digitization – Hon. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, MP

Minister Of Food And Agriculture – Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto

Minister Of Energy – Hon. Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, MP

Minister Of Education – Hon. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, MP

Minister Of Health – Hon. Kwaku Agyemang Manu, MP

Minister Of Lands And Natural Resources – Hon. Samuel Abdulai Jinapor, MP

Minister Of Roads And Highways – Kwasi Amoako Atta, MP

Minister Of Works And Housing – Hon. Francis Asenso Boakye, MP

Minister Of Transport – Kwaku Ofori Asiamah

Minister Of Fisheries And Aquaculture Development – Hon. Mavis Hawa Koomson, MP

Minister Of Railway Development – Hon. John Peter Amewu, MP

Minister Of Sanitation And Water Resources – Cecilia Abena Dapaah

Minister Of Tourism, Art And Culture – Awal Mohammed

Minister Of Gender, Children And Social Protection – Hon. Sarah Adwoa safo, MP

Minister Of Chieftaincy And Religious Affairs – Hon. Ebenezer Kojo Kum, MP

Minister Of Environment, Science, Technology And Innovation – Hon. Dr. Kwaku Afriyie, MP

Minister Of Employment And Labour Relations – Hon. Ignatius Baffuor Awuah, MP

Minister Of Information – Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, MP

Minister Of Youth And Sports – Hon. Mustapha Yussif, MP

Minister Of Public Enterprises – Hon. Joseph Cudjoe, MP

Minister Of works and Housing (Minister Of State) – Hon. Freda Prempeh, MP

Regional Minster includes ;

Ahafo Region – George Boakye

Ashanti Region – Simon Osei-Mensah

Bono Region – Justina Owusu-Banahene

Bono East Region – Adu Gyan

Central Region – Justina Marigold Assan

Eastern Region – Seth Acheampong

Greater Accra Region – Hon. Henry Quartey, MP

Northern Region – Shani Alhassan Saibu

North East Region – Yidana Zakaria

Oti Region – Joseph Makubu

Savanna Region – Saeed Muhazu Jibril

Upper East Region – Stepen Yakubu

Upper West Region – Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih

Volta Region – Dr. Archibald Yao Letsa

Western Region – Hon. Kwabena Okyere Darko Mensah, MP

Western North Region – Richard Obeng

What are the functions of ministers in Ghana ?

Generally, Ministers are heads of the various ministries, ensuring that the duties of the ministry is carried out to serve the country.

Lets look at the role they various ministries play.

Roles of Ministry of Education

The ministry of education is to:

  • Expand access to education
  • Provide and improve infrastructure facilities
  • Raise the quality of teaching and learning for effective outcomes
  • Make education more relevant to national goals and aspiration by focusing on vocational and technical education.
  • Make tertiary education more cost effective.

Read more on the ministry of education at http://moe.gov.gh/

Roles of Ministry of Health

The ministry of health is to:

  • Develop health policies
  • Set standards for health care delivery in the country.
  • Provide ways for health care delivery services.
  • Monitor health care agencies
  • Set policies for the practice of Traditional and Alternative Medicine in the country.
  • Provide source of funding for health service delivery.
  • Allocate resources to all health care delivery agencies under the ministry.

Read more on the ministry of health at https://moh.gov.gh/

Roles of Ministry of Information

The ministry of information is to:

  • Improve transparency and public access to information.
  • Mainstream development communication across the public sector.
  • Promote social accountability in the public policy cycle.
  • Enhance the capacity of the media for sustainable development communication, accountability and press freedom.

Read more on the ministry of information at http://moi.gov.gh/

Roles of Ministry of Finance

The ministry of Finance is to:

  • Coordinate and enforce financial sector policies and activities of regulators and other national stakeholders to facilitate the attainment of objectives of financial sector initiatives in line with government policies and social contract across industry.
  • Monitor and evaluate to ensure that government economic policy is supported by a smooth and well-functioning financial system.
  • Promote and facilitate the education, public awareness and financial inclusion and literacy of the public and capacity building of regulatory bodies in the financial sector.

Read more on the ministry of finance at https://www.mofep.gov.gh/about-mof

Roles of Ministry of Defence

The ministry of Defence is to:

  • Initiate and formulate policies in relation to the operations of the Ghana Armed Forces.
  • Work in close collaboration with the National Security Council and the enable them function efficiently.
  • Facilitate the capacity building of its staff as well as those of the Ghana Armed Forces.
  • Collaborate with other security agencies to ensure the maintenance of law and order in the country.

Read more of the ministry of Defence at  http://mod.gov.gh/

How can I link directly to the various ministries in Ghana?

Links To The Various Ministries in Ghana.

Ministry of Trade- www.moti.gov.gh

Ministry of Foreign Affairs- www.mfa.gov.gh

Ministry of National Security- www.mofep.gov.gh

Ministry of Business Development- www.mobd.gov.gh

Ministry of Interior- www.mint.gov.gh

Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Art- www.motac.gov.gh

Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources- www.mswr.gov.gh

Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection- www.mogcsp.gov.gh

Ministry of Regional Reorganization and Development- www.mofep.gov.gh

Ministry of Monitoring and Evaluation- www.mome.gov.gh

Ministry of Food and Agriculture- www.mofa.gov.gh

Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture- www.mofad.gov.gh

Ministry of Attorney General- www.mojagd.gov.gh

Ministry of Local Government- www.mlgrd.gov.gh

Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations- www.melr.gov.gh

Ministry of Youth and Sports- www.moys.gov.gh

Ministry of Railways Development- www.mrd.gov.gh

Ministry of Energy- www.energymin.gov.gh

Ministry of Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs- www.mcra.gov.gh

Ministry of Aviation- www.moa.gov.gh

Ministry of Land and Natural Resources- www.minr.gov.gh

Ministry of Transport- www.mot.gov.gh

Ministry of Roads and highways- www.mrh.gov.gh

Ministry of Special Development Initiative- www.msdi.gov.gh

Ministry of Inner Cities and Zongo Development- www.miczd.gov.gh

Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs- www.mopa.gov.gh

Ministry of National Development Planning Commission- www.ndpc.gov.gh

Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation- www.mesti.gov.gh

Ministry of Works and Housing- www.mwh.gov.gh

Ministry of Communication- www.moc.gov.gh

Details Of Salary Of Ministers In Ghana

In Ghana, some ministers are also members of parliament for certain constituencies. This affects their salary as compared to ministers who are only ministers and not MPs. Find below the salary of Ministers in Ghana.

  • Cabinet Minister (MP) – GH¢16,423
  • Cabinet Minster (Non MP) – GH¢ 16,195
  • Minister of State (MP) – GH¢ 15,967
  • Minister of State (Non MP) – GH¢ 15,739
  • Regional Minister (MP) – GH¢ 15,967
  • Regional Minister (Non-MP) – GH¢15,511
  • Deputy Minster (MP) – GH¢ 14,826
  • Deputy Regional Minister (MP) – GH¢14,598
  • Deputy Minister (Non-MP) – GH¢ 14,369
  • Dep. Regional Minster (Non-MP) – GH¢ 14,142
  • Chairman, Council of State – GH¢ 14,826
  • Member, Council of State – GH¢ 13,685  

What are the incentives given to minsters in Ghana?

The Ministers receives incentives such as a salon car, free fuel, service men; bodyguards, house helps, etc.

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