Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo the President of the Republic of Ghana is expected to name his deputy ministers after successfully submitting his ministers for his second term to the speaker of Parliament weeks ago.
And with wide spread speculations of who is going to make the cut in the President's second list, reports emanating from one local radio station (Winners FM 104.9) claims the honorable member for the people of Akontombra (Hon. Alex Tetteh) is expected to be named as the deputy minister for food and Agriculture.
Hon. Alex Tetteh the former deputy Western North Regional Minister in President Akuffo-Addo's first term was the leading member to be reinstated as the Regional Minister at large but however, the position was given to Richard Obeng.
However, reports speculating this morning suggest Alex Tetteh will be nominated as the deputy minister designate for Agriculture.
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