This year’s survey which is the 3rd edition took off on September 30 and is expected to be completed by December 31, 2014. The outcome of the survey would be made public subsequently.
Apart from the regional capitals where the past surveys have been conducted from, this year’s will include Metropolitan, Municipal and Districts capitals in the country.
The Chief Executive Officer of FAKS Investigative Services, Fred Yaw Sarpong said in a press release: ” The main purpose of the survey is to seek the opinion of Ghanaians, which Minister, Deputy or MP is doing exceptionally well and deserves to be recognized”.
The FAKS team will talk to Ghanaians between the ages of 18 and 65 years.
The team will take into consideration the various projects executed by these Ministers and MPs.
The survey team will take into consideration the few months they have been at their current post, especially the Regional Ministers.
At the end of the survey, FAKS Investigative Services will score the performances of these MPMs and position them accordingly.
FAKS will alsoconduct a survey on how foreign Embassies and High Commissions in Ghana treat their applicants.
The project will be dubbed “The Most Friendliest Embassy or High Commission in Ghana.” We will take into consideration the reception offered to Visa applicants and the process applicants go through before securing travelling Visas.
2nd EDITION RESULTS (2013)
1. Best Minister of the Year 2013 – Mr. Seth Terkper – Finance Minister
2. 2nd Best Minister of the Year 2013 – Madam Hanny-Sherry Ayitey – Health Minister
3. 3rd Best Minister of the Year 2013 – Madam Jean Naana Opoku Agyemang- Education Minister
1. Best Deputy Minister of the Year 2013 – Mr. Felix Ofosu Kwakyi- Information and Media Relation Ministry
2. 2nd Best Deputy Minister of the Year 2013 – Samuel Okudjeto Ablakwa, Education Ministry
3. 3rd Best Deputy Minister of the Year 2013 – Edwin Nii Lante Vanderpuye- Trade and Industry Ministry
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