Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (Ethiopia)

The Ethiopian Ministry of Finance and Economic Development building in Addis Ababa.

The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (Amharic: የገንዘብ እና የኢኮኖሚ ልማት ሚኒስቴር?) is a ministry within the cabinet of the Government of Ethiopia. It is responsible for general financial management and economic policy of Ethiopia, in addition to the allocation of economic assistance. Formerly the Ministry of Finance, it has its origins in the ministral system introduced by Emperor Menelik II.

List of Ministers

  1. Ras Mulugeta Yeggazu 1907-1915
  2. Ras Bitweded Haile Giyorgis Wolde Mikael 1915-1917
  3. Fitawrari Tekle Hawariat Tekle Mariyam 1930-1935
  4. Makonnen Habte-Wold 1941-1957
  5. Yilma Deressa 1957-1970
  6. Mahtema Selassie Wolde Meskel 1960 (a few months)
  7. Mamo Taddesse 1970-1973
  8. Negash Desta 1974-1976
  9. Teferra Wolde-Semait 1976-1982
  10. Tesfaye Dinqa 1983-1986
  11. Bekele Tamirat 1986 (15 days)
  12. Wolle Chekol 1986-1988
  13. Tekolla Dejene 1988-1990
  14. Woldemariam Girma 1990 (a few months)
  15. Alemayehu Dhaba 1990-1994
  16. Sufian Ahmed 1994–2016
 17.  Abdulaziz      2016- present

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