John Mahama and Wife Lordina Build New Maternity And Children Ward To Mark 30 Years Of Marriage

John Mahama and Wife Lordina Build New Maternity And Children Ward To Mark 30 Years Of Marriage

  • John Mahama and his wife Lordina are marking their 30 years marriage anniversary in a grand style
  • The former first couple have constructed a new maternity and children's ward at the Bole District Hospital to mark the milestone
  • Mahama and his wife are in Bole in the Savanah Region to inaugurate the new ward on July 26, 2022

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Former President John Dramani Mahama and his wife, Lordina, have built a new Maternity and Children's Ward for the Bole District Hospital to mark their 30 years of marriage anniversary.

The former first couple arrived in Bole on Monday, July 25, 2022, ahead of the inauguration of the new facility on Tuesday.

Mr Mahama and Lordina paid a courtesy call on Bolewura Sarfo Kutuge Feso I in his palace.

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Mahama and Lordina
John Mahama and Lordina. Source: Facebook/@JDMahama.
Source: Facebook

Below are a few photos from their visit to the Bolewura.

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John Mahama and Lordina married on Wednesday, July 29, 1992, and have since remained faithful to each other over the years.

He has five children: Shafik, Shahid, Sharaf, Jesse, and Farida.

According to John Mahama, he met his wife Lordina Effah — one of his History students — at Ghana Secondary School (his alma mater), where he had gone to teach History as a National Service Personnel.

"I met Lordina when I went back to do National Service at my former school, Ghana Secondary School, at the time she looked attractive, I was her History teacher...the rest is history," Mahama has said in the past.

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