The regime started a 'House cleaning' exercise against corruption. Three former military leaders of Ghana, Lt. Gen. Afrifa, Gen. Acheampong and Lt. Gen. Akuffo were all executed together with five other senior officers deemed to have been corrupt by the special courts set up by the government.
The AFRC allowed already scheduled elections to go ahead and handed over to the duly elected Dr. Hilla Limann of the People's National Party who became the first and only president of the Third Republic of Ghana.
Lieutenant Commander HC Apaloo died in a road traffic accident before the end of AFRC rule.
|Commissioner for Foreign Affairs||Gloria Amon Nikoi||Jun 1979 – Sep 1979|
|Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice||A.N.E. Amissah||1979|
|Commissioner for Finance and Economic Planning|
Commissioner for Trade and Tourism
|Dr. J.L.S. Abbey||1979|
|Commissioner for Lands, Natural Resources|
Commissioner for Fuel and Power
|Commissioner for Industries, Labour and Social Welfare||Anthony Woode||1979|
|Commissioner for Transport and Communications|
Commissioner for Works and Housing
|Commissioner for Agriculture||Abayifa Karbo||1979|
|Commissioner for Information and Cocoa Affairs||Kwame Afreh||1979|
|Commissioner for Consumer Affairs and Cooperatives||Nii Anyetei Kwakwanyra||1979|
|Commissioner for Local Government and Sports||Kofi Badu||1979|
|Commissioner for Education and Culture|
Commissioner for Health
|E. Evans Anfom||1979|