Minister for Finance and Economic Planning

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Yiɣi chaŋ yaɣa shɛli Yiɣi chaŋ vihigu ni
Minister for Finance and Economic Planning
position
Yaɣ shelifinance minister Mali niŋ
Pahi laCabinet of Ghana Mali niŋ
TiŋaGhana Mali niŋ
Sariyadiri baŋsimGhana Mali niŋ

Minister for Finance and Economic Planning nyɛla Ghana gomnanti tuma yaɣili shɛli din suo Ministry of Finance n-ti Ghana. Ken Ofori-Atta nyɛla minista zaŋti finance bin din gbaai silimin gɔli January yuuni 2017 hali ni zɔŋɔ, o nyɛla co-founder mini Chairman chairman kuro zaŋti Databank Group ( investment banking firm) din be Ghana la. [1]Tiŋgbani zuɣulan e Akufo-Addo n-daa piigi o din daa niŋ ka Ghana nim niŋ piibu piibu silimin December yuuni 2016 naai. Kwesi Botchwey nyɛ ninvuɣ so ŋun niŋ dawama pam tuma duu ŋɔ ni (bin din gbaai yuuni 1982 hali ni yuuni 1995),o daa tumi nyɛ Jerry Rawlings gbansabira zaŋti Finance , PNDC sooja gomnanti tali saha la ka daa lahi nyɛ Minista zaŋti Finance din daa niŋ ka bɛ piigi Rawlings tiŋgbani zuɣulan, Fourth Republic piligu la ŋun daa lahi nyɛ ŋun suo Economic Recovery Programme under the auspices of the World Bank.

Minista Nim Yuya[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

Komla Agbeli Gbedemah nyɛ tuuli ninvuɣ so ŋun gbubi ministry ŋɔ, o daa diɛ la ministry ŋɔ yuuni 1954 din daa niŋ ka Britain nim daa ti Kwame Nkrumah soli ni tiŋgbani maa diɛ di maŋ sulinsi yuuni 1957 la. Ministry ŋɔ yuli nyɛla Ministry of Finance bee saha ŋɔ ti ni booni ni li shɛm,Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning.

Number Minista Saha shɛli o kpɛ tuma duu ŋɔ ni Saha shɛli o ni yi tuma duu ŋɔ ni Government Paati
1 Komla Agbeli Gbedemah (MP)[2]
(First Ghanaian in this position)
1954 1957 Colonial government Convention People's Party
1957 1961 Nkrumah government
2 Ferdinand Koblavi Dra Goka (MP)[3] 8 May 1961 1964
3 Kwesi Amoako-Atta (MP)[4] 1964 1966
4 Akwasi Afrifa[5]
Emmanuel Noi Omaboe[6]
1966 1969 National Liberation Council Military government
5 Joseph Henry Mensah[7] (MP) 1969 1972 Busia government Progress Party (Ghana)
6 Ignatius Kutu Acheampong[8] 1972 ? National Redemption Council Military government
7 Amon Nikoi ? ?
8 Robert K. A. Gardiner 14 October 1975 May 1978 Supreme Military Council (Ghana)
9 J. L. S. Abbey ? 1979
1979 1979 Armed Forces Revolutionary Council
10 Amon Nikoi 1979 1981 Limann government People's National Party
11 George Benneh 1981 1981
12 Kwesi Botchweya 1982 1993 Provisional National Defence Council Military government
1993 1995 Rawlings government National Democratic Congress
13 Richard Kwame Peprah 1995 2001
14 Yaw Osafo-Maafo 2001 2005 Kufuor government New Patriotic Party
15 Kwadwo Baah Wiredu 2005 2007
16 Anthony Akoto Osei 2007 2009
17 Kwabena Duffuor 2009 2012 Mills government National Democratic Congress
2012 2013 Mahama government
18 Seth Terkper 2013 6 January 2017
19 Ken Ofori-Atta[9] 27 January 2017 incumbent Akufo-Addo government New Patriotic Party

Kundivihira[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

  1. Akpertey, Abraham (2018-03-05). "Genetic Variation among Robusta Coffee Genotypes for Growth and Yield Traits in Ghana". Journal of Agricultural Science 10 (4): 138. DOI:10.5539/jas.v10n4p138. ISSN 1916-9760.
  2. Ghana Year Book. Accra: Graphic Corporation. 1961. p. 11. Retrieved 8 March 2020.
  3. Ghana Year Book. Accra: Graphic Corporation. 1962. p. 206. Retrieved 8 March 2020.
  4. (1965) "List of Ministers". West Africa Annual (8). Retrieved 8 March 2020.
  5. Lt. Gen Akwasi Amankwa Afrifa Profile. GhanaWeb. Retrieved 9 March 2020.
  6. "Ghana Today" Volume 11. 1967. p. 4. Retrieved 9 March 2020.
  7. Profile of the late Joseph Henry Mensah. Ghana Web (12 July 2018). Retrieved 9 March 2020.[permanent dead link]
  8. Paxton, J. (14 Sep 1972). The Statesman's Year-Book 1972-73. Macmillan. p. 309. ISBN 978-0333124062. Retrieved 9 March 2020.
  9. Nana Addo swears in 12 ministers. Ghanaweb (28 January 2017). Retrieved 16 November 2017.