In the interim, top media houses have intercepted leads and some list of the appointment the president is expected to make. It first started when a pro- NPP media house, Asaase Radio said the president has reduced the number of Ministers from 123 to 85 in his second term.
The sources within government have also confirmed that, the list would not include Ministers and deputy Ministers who lost their parliamentary bid. Some of them may be considered for other sectors either than Ministerial slots while others too would say a goodbye to the government.
The list is expected to be all known faces except some few reshuffling. His two deputy chiefs of staff, Francis Asenso Boakye and Samuel Abu Jinapor are who both won parliamentary seats are expected to head Ministries.
Former Information Minister, Agric Minister, Trade and Industry and Communication are expected to maintain their positions.
A new appointment that has received a higher approval rating on social media is the former Deputy Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah Dame who would be heading the Ministry this time.