Five appointees of the ruling government have been adjudged best performing deputy ministers for 2022 in Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen annual awards.

They include Reverend John Ntim Fordjour, a Deputy Minister of Education and Dr John Kumah, a Deputy Minister of Finance.

Others are Andrew Egyapa Mercer, a Deputy Minister of Energy; George Mireku Duker, a Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources and Herbert Krapa, a Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry.

Ntim Fordjour, Kumah, others adjudged Ekosii Sen’s best performing Deputy Ministers

Meanwhile, the Roads Minister, Kwesi Amoako-Atta; Fisheries Minister, Hawa Koomson; Lands Minister, Samuel Abu Jinapor and Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah Dame were also adjudged best performing ministers.

Ntim Fordjour, Kumah, others adjudged Ekosii Sen’s best performing Deputy Ministers

The list was released on Friday, December 23, by the host of Ekosii Sen, Philip Osei Bonsu.

Ntim Fordjour, Kumah, others adjudged Ekosii Sen’s best performing Deputy Ministers

Dubbed Ekosii Sen Excellence Awards, the scheme has over the years recognised and appreciated Ministers, Deputy Minister and MPs for their diligent service and hard work to constituents.

Ntim Fordjour, Kumah, others adjudged Ekosii Sen’s best performing Deputy Ministers

However, the 2022 edition expanded the scope of the awards as it included Regional Ministers, Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), Director-Generals and Managing Directors of various state institutions.

Ntim Fordjour, Kumah, others adjudged Ekosii Sen’s best performing Deputy Ministers

The team used benchmarks based on tangible projects executed in their constituencies, performance on the floor of Parliament, their visibility in the constituency and social media presence.

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