Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Awal Named Ghana’s Best Performing Minister for 2018

Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Awal, Minister of Business Development, Ghana

Accra, Ghana, January 10, 2019//-Ghana’s Minister for Business Development, Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Awal has been named the Best Performing Minister for 2018, according to research firm, FAKS Investigative Services’ 7th annual survey.
He recorded 4,211 votes representing 93.18% to beat Dan Kwaku Botwe, Regional Reorganization and Development Minister who had 4,001 votes, depicting 88.53%.

  Best 10 Ministers for 2018 below

1st – Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Awal- Business Development Minister
Respondents: 4,211
Mark: 93.18%

2nd – Hon. Dan Kwaku Botwe- Regional Reorganization and Development Minister Respondents: 4,001
Mark: 88.53%

3rd – Hon. 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 – Hon. Isaac Kwame Asiamah- Youth and Sports Minister
Respondents: 3,233
Mark: 71.54%

7th – Hon. 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 – Hon. Kwaku Agyemang Manu – Health Minister
Respondents: 3,102
Mark: 68.64%

10th – Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah – Information Minister
Respondents: 3,027
Mark: 66.98%

The third position went to Joe Ghartey- Railway Development Minister, while Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, Education Minister took the fourth position, Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto – Food and Agriculture Minister came fifth and Isaac Youth and Sports Minister Kwame Asiamah coming sixth.

Interior Minister Ambrose Dery, Roads and Highways Minister Kwesi Amoako Atta, Health Minister Kwaku Agyemang Manu and Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah occupied the seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth positions respectively.

FAKS Investigative explains that the survey focused on project initiatives, the execution and the impacts of the projects on society and Ghanaians at large.

“Some of the project initiatives that dominated and informed our decision included Presidential Pitch, a Business Idea Contest that gave support to 20 beneficiaries with amount ranges between GHc25,000 and GHc50,000; The National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP) program which offered support to 7, 000 young entrepreneurs with start-ups and small businesses across the country,” FAKS revealed in the report signed by its CEO, Fred Yaw Sarpong.

The survey, according to the research firm took place between October and December 2018.

Respondents such as students, petty traders, journalists, MPs, civil society organizations (CSOs), traditional rulers, academia, business owners, commercial drivers, and others contributed to the survey.

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