According to a paper the Office of the President gave to Parliament, the Presidency employs 1048 people in various domestic and administrative positions.
In compliance with Section 11 of the Presidential Office Act of 1993, a report was given to Parliament.
Three main topics are covered in the report: the number of presidential staff members employed at the office of the president throughout the time, their levels and grades, and staff members from other public services working in the president’s office.
Two (2) Ministers of State and forty-four (44) Senior Presidential Staffers were on duty throughout the reporting period, according to the report. There were 315 additional political appointees working in the president’s office.
Three hundred sixty-one political appointments are now made as a result of this.
It’s crucial to remember that only 163 of the 361 political appointees of the Office of the President physically work at Jubilee House. The other people perform their jobs at the offices that they have been given.
It is also instructive to note that the 315 other political appointees include special assistants, executive assistants, personal assistants to ministers of state and regional ministers, employees in the office of the vice president, aides and assistants assigned to the first lady and second lady, as well as employees assigned to government agencies under the office of the president, in keeping with the established practice of previous governments of the 4th Republic.
In addition, workers from public sector organizations allocated to the Office of the President were included in addition to the political appointees.
Administrative, Executive/Clerical, Records, Secretarial, Budget, Procurement and Supply Chain Management, Presidential Household, and staff from the Department of Parks and Gardens, Ghana Health Service, Controller and Accountant General’s Department, Ghana Audit Service, Ghana National Fire Service, Public Works Department (Prestige), and Ghana Postal Company were among the different classes of employees included in this list.
“These staff groups made up a total of 687 employees in total.” These staff of employees have always been tasked with working in the Office of the President under past administrations and were chosen by their respective governmental institutions and the Civil Service.
“The President’s dedication to openness and accountability is evident by the report’s submission.” It gives a thorough picture of the President’s Office’s staffing situation and is meant to guide decision-making.