Meet 5 youngest ministers appointed after Nana Addo was given 4 more years

Meet 5 youngest ministers appointed after Nana Addo was given 4 more years

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has nominated ministers for his new government after winning the December 7, 2020 elections and getting four more years to oversee the affairs of Ghanaians

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Although the president himself is in his 70s, it appears that he is inclined towards building up young people and giving the next generation an opportunity to lead. has compiled a list of five of the youngest ministerial appointees and the roles they will play in his government if everything works out well.

1. Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah

Kojo Oppong Nkrumah who represents the Ofoase-Ayirebi Constituency in parliament is reappointed as the information minister.

He was born on April 5, 1982, which means he will turn 39 on his birthday in 2021.

Meet 5 youngest ministers appointed after Nana Addo was given 4 more years
Meet 5 youngest ministers appointed after Nana Addo was given 4 more years Credit:;
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2. Abu Jinapor

The younger brother of NDC MP, Samuel Jinapor is coming out of the Jubilee House where he was a Deputy Chief of Staff in Akufo-Addo’s first term to the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources

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He is a first time MP from the Damongo Constituency in the Savannah Region.

His 38th birthday will be marked on April 22, 2021

3. Godfred Dame

Godfred Dame served as deputy Attorney-General and he has now been rewarded with a substantive post as Attorney General and Minister of Justice.

He was born on June 5, 1979, Godfred Dame will turn 42 this year.

4. Sara Adwoa Safo

Born on December 28, 1981, Adwoa Safo will turn 40, three days after Christmas Day this year.

The minister-designate for the Ministry of Children, Gender and Social Protection is the third youngest among the 30 sector ministers nominated by President Akufo-Addo.

5. Mustapha Ussif

The MP for the Yagaba-Kubori constituency in the North East Region received a nomination to serve as Minister of Youth and Sports.

Born on August 16, 1979, Mustapha Yussif will turn 42 later this year.

Meanwhile, Dr Michael Boadi Nyamekye, a Ghanaian preacher, college professor, and business consultant has showered dumbfounding praises on his wife who still looks 22 after birthing five children.

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In a post by Dr Nyamekye to mark the birthday of his beloved wife, he revealed that his wife is such a great blessing to him not just because of her flawless beauty.

According to the doctor, Mrs Nyamekye is extremely humble, loving and enchanting in addition to her physical beauty.

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