The Appointments Committee of Parliament will start the vetting of 34 deputy minister designates nominated by the president today Wednesday 10th April.
The seven women are Babara Serwaa Asamoah, Lands and Natural Resources Ministry; Bernice Adiku Heloo, Environment, Science, Technology & Innovation; Joyce Bewa-Motgari, Transport Ministry.
Others are Hannah Louisa Bissiw, Food & Agriculture Ministry, Victoria Hammah, Communications Minister, Benita Okity-Duah, Gender, Children & Social Protection; Rachael Florence Apoh also with the same ministry.
They also include deputy ministers designate for Justice and Attorney- General Ministry, Dominic Akurintinga Ayine, deputy minister designate for Lands and Natural Resources, Babara Scrwaa Asamoah, deputy minister designate for Ministry of Education, Samuel Okudzcto Ablakwa, deputy minister designate for Information and Media Relations, Felix Ofosu Kvvakyc, and deputy minister designate for Ministry of Finance, Cassiel Ato Baah Forson.
The vetting and subsequent appointments of the nominees will bring the number of ministers to a total of 85, the highest for the first term of any president in the history of Ghana.