Profile of the Minister

Hon. Daniel Nii Kwartei Titus-Glover currently serves as the Greater Accra Regional Minister. Prior to assuming this role, he held the position of Chief Executive Officer at Volta Aluminium Company Limited. During his tenure, he leveraged his expertise to enhance the production of high-quality primary aluminium ingots, and sows for both local and international markets.

Hon. Titus-Glover is recognized as a proactive and results-oriented leader, boasting extensive experience in both public service and corporate settings. He excels in driving organizational growth and cultivating collaborative environments. His educational background spans business administration, corporate governance, and comparative labour relations, providing a unique blend of academic insight and practical expertise.

Possessing exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, Hon. Titus-Glover adeptly builds and maintains strong relationships across diverse stakeholder groups. His experience as a two (2) term Member of Parliament for the Tema East Constituency and served as Deputy Ranking Member and Chairman of Transport Committee of parliament. His various roles within the Ministry of Transport highlight his ability to navigate complex political landscapes while advocating for constituents and promoting national development initiatives.

In corporate settings, Hon. Titus-Glover has demonstrated his leadership capabilities as both a Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Executive Officer.  Additionally, his roles as Human Resource Manager at Kencity Media Ltd and Industrial Relations Coordinator at GHACEM Ltd underscore his proficiency in managing personnel and fostering positive labour relations.

Hon. Titus-Glover’s commitment to service extends beyond formal roles, as evidenced by his extensive involvement in community organizations and political campaigns. Notable achievements include his coordination of the 2014 NPP Presidential Campaign Primaries for H. E. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and leadership positions within the Young Patriots (NPP), highlighting his passion for grassroots mobilization and effective communication strategies.

Recognized for his exceptional leadership and dedication, Hon. Titus-Glover has received numerous awards and honors, including recognition for his service to industrial and commercial workers and an honorary doctorate degree in Ports and Shipping. His participation in international conferences and workshops further demonstrates his commitment to continuous learning and engagement on global issues.

Hon. Titus-Glover’s educational journey began at the Municipal Daycare Center in Tema from 1966 to 1970, followed by Desk Nursery from 1970 to 1972, and Twedaase Primary School from 1972 to 1978. He completed his junior education at Twedaase Middle Mixed School in 1979 to 1981. He then attended the prestigious Presbyterian Boys’ School from 1982 to 1986 for his secondary education, obtaining an Ordinary Level certificate. He continued his education at Accra Academy, earning his Advanced Level certificate from 1986 to 1988.

Hon. Titus-Glover commenced his tertiary education at the University of Cape Coast in 2001 and 2002, obtaining a certificate in Labour Relations. He pursued Higher National Diploma in Employment Relations at both the Open University and Ruskin College, Oxford as a Chevening Scholar UK, from 2002 to 2003. He furthered his education with a Master’s in Corporate Labour Relations from the University of Warwick Coventry, UK, from 2003 to 2004, and another Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a focus on Corporative Governance, University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), Advanced Diploma in Logistics and Transport from Datalink University College Tema, and currently reading Law at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).

Outside of his professional and academic pursuits, Hon. Titus-Glover enjoys various hobbies including watching detective movies, listening to music from diverse genres, reading, and cooking. He was born in Tema to late Mr. Benjamin Nii Kwartelai Titus-Glover and Mrs. Agnes Naa Nyorkor Titus-Glover, and he is fluent in several Ghanaian languages such as Ga Dangbe, Akan, Aowin, Sefwi and Chokosi. He is the second child among seven (7) siblings.