General News of Thursday, 10 January 2019
Deputy Minister for Regional Re-organization and Development, Martin Adjei-Mensah Korsah has been adjudged the best Deputy Minister under the current New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration for the year 2018, MyNewsGh.com reports.
The former Director of elections of the NPP was scored 3,978 Marks representing 88.03% following by the Deputy Minister of Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum with score of 3,877 marks and a corresponding percentage of 85.79% according to an investigative survey conducted by FAKS Investigative Services.
The 7th edition of the FAKS Investigative Services’ assessment of the performances of Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Members of Parliaments and Regional Ministers was conducted between October and December 2018.
A total of 4,519 Ghanaians ranging from students, petty traders, journalists, MPs, civil organizations, traditional rulers, business owners and others partook in the survey.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Free Zones Authority, Michael Okyere Baafi came first as the best CEO for 2018.
Read full details of winners below;
Best 10 ministers, 2018
1st – Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Awal- Business Development Minister Respondents: 4,211 Mark: 93.18%
2nd – Dan Kwaku Botwe- Regional Reorganization and Development Minister Respondents: 4,001 Mark: 88.53%
3rd – 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 – Isaac Kwame Asiamah- Youth and Sports Minister Respondents: 3,233 Mark: 71.54%
7th – 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 – Kwaku Agyemang Manu – Health Minister Respondents: 3,102 Mark: 68.64%
10th – Kojo Oppong Nkrumah – Information Minister Respondents: 3,027 Mark: 66.98%
Best 10 Deputy Ministers, 2018
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 – Gifty Tina Mensah – Health Respondents: 3,656 Mark: 80.90%
5th – Henry Quartey- Interior Respondents: 3,523 Mark: 77.95%
6th – Dr. Mohammed Amin Anta- Energy Respondents: 3,417 Mark: 75. 61%
7th – Kwaku Kwarteng – Finance Respondents: 3,217 Mark: 71. 18%
8th – 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 – Barbara Oteng Gyasi- Lands and Natural Resources Respondents: 2.957 Mark: 65.43%