FAKS Investigative Services announced the Performance of Ministers, Deputy Ministers, and Regional Ministers for the year 2021.

The annual survey also included the performance of Members of Parliament and Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of the State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in the country.

Mainly, our survey focuses on opinions from the public, assessment from the ministries, agencies and as well as information from the Regional Coordinating Councils (RCCs).

The public, our respondents, contributed largely to the outcome of this survey, especially concerning the Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Regional Ministers, and the CEOs of State Institutions.

Our team is made up of researchers, media practitioners, and academia that do the assessment based on the outcome of the findings they received.

The survey took place between the months of October and December 2021 and it was the 10th Edition since FAKS started this project.

Respondents for the survey were, Journalists, students, traders in general, traditional rulers, teachers, business owners, civil society organizations (CSOs), drivers, academia, and others.

About 69% of the respondents were between the ages of 18 and 55 while the remaining 31% were between the ages of 56 and 77.

Ashanti region recorded the highest respondents, followed by Greater Accra region, Western region, Eastern, Central, Volta, Bono, Oti, Western North, Bono East, Upper East, Upper West, Savanna, Ahafo, North East and Northern region respectively.

In total, 3,953 respondents were recorded, representing 91.36% of respondents recorded in 2020 survey that was 4,327. Out of the 3,953 feedbacks received during the period, 2,365 of the respondents, representing 59.83% were females while the remaining 1,588 representing 40.17% were males. Meanwhile, the ranking was between 50% and 100%.
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Some of the issues emanated from the respondents during the survey included the admission of 499 law students, Ghana winning Norway Chancery case, Transformation at the Registrar General Department. Intervention by the Transport Ministry during the Commercial Drivers strike, launched of “No Guarantor Tertiary Students Loan Policy, and introduction of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

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Also included the Suspension of Newly Selected Film Industry name, Boost in Domestic Tourism, Ongoing works at Kpone Landfill Site, COVID- 19 vaccination exercise by Ministry of Health, the Railway sector development, the fight against galamsey, LGBTQ issue, merger of SSNIT and Ghana Card, expansions in Secondary schools, ongoing housing projects across the country, and many more.



1st – Godfred Yeboah Dame–Attorney General

Respondents: 3,661
Mark: 92.61%

1stKwaku Ofori Asiamah–Transport

Respondents: 3,661
Mark: 92.61%

1stDr. Yaw Osei Adutwum – Education

Respondents: 3,661

Mark: 92.61%

2nd – Hon. Daniel Botwe– Local Government and Rural Development
Respondents: 3,453
Mark: 87.35%

2ndHon. Samuel Abu Jinapor– Lands and Natural Resource

Respondents: 3,453
Mark: 87.35%

3rd Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Awal – Tourism, Arts and Culture

Respondents: 3,301
Mark: 83.51%

3rdShirley Ayorkor Botchwey – Foreign Affairs

Respondents: 3,301

Mark: 83.51%

3rd Alan John Kyerematen – Trade

Respondents: 3,302

Mark: 83.51%

4th – Hon. John Peter Amewu– Railway Development

Respondents: 3,191
Mark: 80.72%

4th – Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh – Energy

Respondents:  3,191
Mark: 80.72%

5th Madam Cecilia Abena Dapaah- Sanitation and Water Resources/ Gender

Respondents:  3,024
Mark: 76.49%

5th Hon. Kojo Oppong Mkrumah– Information

Respondents:  3,024
Mark: 76.49%

6th –Hon. Francis Asenso Boakye– Works and Housing
Respondents: 2,956
Mark: 74.78%

7th Ambrose Dery- Interior Minister
Respondents:  2,801
Mark: 70.86%

8th –Kwasi Amoako Attah– Roads and Highways
Respondents:  2,763
Mark: 69.89%

9th – Hon. Ursula Owusu – Communications
Respondents:  2,644
Mark: 66.88%

9th – Hon. Ignatius Baffour Awuah – Employment and Labour Relations

Respondents: 2,641

Mark: 66:88%

10th – Hon. Mustapha Ussif – Youth and Sports
Respondents:  2,527
Mark: 63.93%


1st – George Mireku Duker – Lands and Natural Resources
Respondents: 3,521
Mark: 89.07%

1st – Hon. Martin Adjei Mensah Korsah– Local Government and Rural Development

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Respondents: 3,521
Mark:  89.07%

1stTina Gifty Naa Ayele Mensah– Health

Respondents: 3,521

Mark: 89.07%

2nd – Alfred Tuah-Yeboah – Attorney General
Respondents: 3,339
Mark: Hon. 84.47%

2nd – Hon. Michael Okyere Baafi – Trade

Respondents: 3,339
Mark:  84.47%

3rd- Hon. Osei- Bonsu Amoah– Local Government and Rural Development
Respondents: 3,172
Mark: 80.24%
3rd- Hon. John Ntim Fordjour– Education

Respondents: 3.172
Mark: 80.24%

4th – Hon. Gifty Twum – Ampofo- Education
Respondents: 2,986
Mark: 75.54%
4th- Hon. Andrew Egyapa Mercer – Energy
Respondents: 2,986
Mark: 75.54%

5th – Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam– Energy
Respondents:  2,873
Mark: 72.68%

5th – Hon. Kwaku Ampratwum- Sarpong– Foreign Affairs

Respondents: 2,873

Mark: 72.68%

6th – Mark Okraku Mantey– Tourism, Arts and Culture
Respondents: 2,646
Mark: 66.94%

7th- Hon. Evans Opoku Bobie – Youth and Sports
Respondents:  2,531
Mark: 64.03%

8th – Hon. Frederick Obeng Adom – Transport
Respondents:  2,373
Mark: 60.03%

8th – Hon. Kwaku Asante- Boateng – Railway Development

Respondents: 2,373

Mark: 60.03%

9th –Abdulai Abanja– Works and Housing
Respondents: 2,345
Mark: 59.32%

10th – Hon. Stephen Pambin Jalulah – Roads and Highways
Respondents:  2,301
Mark: 58.21%


1st – Hon. Henry Quartey– Greater Accra

Respondents: 3,653
Mark: 92.41%

1st – Hon. Kwabena Okyere Darko- Mensah—Western
Respondents: 3,653
Mark: 92.41%

2nd –Hon. Richard Obeng – Western North
Respondents: 3,517

Mark: 88.97%

2nd — Simon Osei-Mensah – Ashanti

Respondents: 3,517
Mark:  88.97%

3rd – Hon. Seth Acheampong – Eastern
Respondents: 3,167
Mark: 79.99%

4th – Hon. Acrhibald Yao Letse – Volta
Respondents: 3,071
Mark: 77.69%

4th – Hon. George Boakye– Ahafo

Respondents: 3,071

Mark: 77.69%

5th – Hon. Saeed Muhazu Jabril – Savannah
Respondents: 2,940
Mark: 74.37%

6th – Hon. Justina Marigold Assan – Central
Respondents: 2,870
Mark: 72.60%

6th – Hon. Shani Alhassan Saibu – Northern

Respondents: 2,870

Mark: 72.60%

7th – Hon. Justina Owusu- Banahene – Bono
Respondents: 2,749
Mark: 69.54%

7th – Hon. Stephen Yakubu – Upper East

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Respondents: 2,749

Mark: 69.54%

8th – Dr. Hafiz Bin Salib – Upper West
Respondents: 2,530
Mark: 64.00%

9th – Hon. Kwasi Adu- Gyan – Bono East
Respondents: 2,403
Mark: 60.78%

9th – Hon. Solomon Namliit Boar – North East

Respondents: 2,403

Mark: 60.78%

10th – Hon. Joseph Makubu – Oti
Respondents: 2,186
Mark: 55.29%


Hon. Sam Nartey George – Ningo Prampram Constituency


Hon. Alexander Kwamina Afenyo- Markin – Efutu Constituency


Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa – North Tongu Constituency

Hon. Linda Ohenewaa Akweley Ocloo – Shai- Osudoku Constituency  

BEST 10 CEOs OF SOEs, 2020

1st – Kwabena Ampofo Appiah – MD, State Housing Company Limited

Respondents: 3,742
Mark: 94.66%

1st – Edwin Alfred Provencal – MD, BOST

Respondents:  3,742
Mark: 94.66%

1stNana Agyenim Boateng – CEO, Cocoa Processing Company

Respondents:  3,742

Mark:  94.66%

2nd – Dr. Ofori Tenkorang – Director-General, SSNIT   

Respondents:  3,551
Mark: 89.83
2nd – Dr. Benjamin K. D. Asante – CEO, Ghana Gas   

Respondents: 3,551
Mark:  89.83%

2ndNana Kwaku Agyei Yeboah – CEO, Students Loan Trust Fund

Respondents: 3,551

Mark:  89.83%

3rd – Sammy Awuku – D-G, National Lottery Authority

Respondents: 3,418
Mark: 86.46%
3rd- Yofi Grant, CEO, GIPC

Respondents:  3,418
Mark: 86.46%

4th – Maxwell Kofi Jumah – CEO, GIHOC Distilleries

Respondents:  3,163
Mark:  80.01%

5th- Madam Kosi Antwiwaa Yankey- Executive Director, NBSSI
Respondents:  3,007
Mark: 76.07%

6th – Madam Delese Mimi Darko, CEO, Food and Drugs Authority
 Respondents: 2,861
Mark: 72.37%

7th – Richard Boadu, Administrator of GETFund

Respondents:  2,803
Mark: 70.91%

8th – Madam Jemima Oware – Registrar- General, RGD
Respondents:  2,529
Mark: 63.98%

9th- Kwasi Agyeman Busia – CEO, DVLA
Respondents:  2,306
Mark: 58.33%

10th – Dr. Afua Asabea Asare, CEO, GEPC
Respondents:  2,183
Mark: 55.22%


Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa – MP for North Tongu Constituency


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