John Mahama

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John Mahama
John Dramani Mahama Aug2014 (cropped).jpg
Ghana Manpanyin a ɔtɔso anan 4th
Bere
24 July 2012 – 7 January 2017
Manpanyin AbɛdiakyireKwesi Amissah-Arthur
OdikanfoJohn Atta Mills
AnanmusiniNana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
Chair of the Economic Community of West African States
Bere
17 February 2013 – 19 May 2015
OdikanfoAlassane Ouattara
AnanmusiniMacky Sall
Ghana Manpanyin Abɛdiakyire
Bere
7 January 2009 – 24 July 2012
ƆmanpanyinJohn Atta Mills
OdikanfoAliu Mahama
AnanmusiniKwesi Amissah-Arthur
Minister for Communications
Bere
November 1998 – January 2001
ƆmanpanyinJerry John Rawlings
OdikanfoEkwow Spio-Garbrah
AnanmusiniFelix Owusu-Adjapong
Deputy Minister for Communications
Bere
April 1997 – November 1998
ƆmanpanyinJerry John Rawlings
Member of Parliament
for Bole
Bere
7 January 1997 – 7 January 2009
OdikanfoMahama Jeduah
AnanmusiniJoseph Akati Saaka
Ne ho asɛm
Awo bere29 November 1958 (1958-11-29) (age 63)
Damongo, Ghana
AmanyɔkuoNational Democratic Congress
NehokaniLordina Effah
Relations
AdesuaUniversity of Ghana
Moscow Institute of Social Sciences
WebsiteOfficial website

John Dramani Mahama (Wɔwoo noObubuo 29, 1958) yɛ Ghanani amanyɔni. Na ɔyɛ Ɔmanpanin wɔ Ghana ɛfiri afe 2012 kɔ si afe 2017. Na ɔsaanso yɛ Ɔmanpanin abɛdiakyire wɔ Ghana ɛfiri ɛda 6 Ɔpɛpɔn 2009 kɔ si Kitawonsa 2012. Ɔsoom sɛ mmarahyɛ badwani nso

Ghana mmarahyɛ badwa mmienu, mmiɛnsa, ɛne ɛnan adehyeman a ɔto so ɛnan a ɛfiri afe 1997 kɔ si afe 2009 ɛwɔ Bole Bamboi abatoɔ mpɛsua.[1][2]

Nadwuma[sesa]

Ɔde ne ho dɔmee National Democratic Congress (NDC). Na ɔyɛ mmarahyɛ badwani wɔ Ghana mmarahyɛ badwa mmienu, mmiɛnsa , ɛne ɛnan adehyeman a ɔto so ɛnan a ɛfiri afe 1997 kɔ si afe 2009 ɛwɔ Bole Bamboi abatoɔ mpɛsua.

Na ɔyɛ Ɔmanpanin ne abadiakyiri wɔ Ghana ɛfiri afe 2009 kɔ si afe 2012 ɛmmerɛ a na John Evans Atta Mills ɛyɛ Ɔmanpanin. Ɔbɛ yɛ Ɔmampanin ɛmmerɛ John Evans Atta Mills ɛda ne benkum so afi 2012. Ɔno akyiri ɔbɛ yɛ Ɔmampanin wɔ Ghana ɛfiri afe 2013 kɔ si afe 2017.

Nahyaseɛ ne nwumasua[sesa]

Ɔka Gonja abusua ho a ɛwɔ Savanna mantam mu wɔ Ghana, Mahama firi Bole a ɛwɔ Savanna mantam mu. Wɔwoo Mahama wɔ Damongo wɔ Damango-Daboya abatoɔ mpɛsua so wɔ Atifi mantam mu. Nagya, Emmanuel Adama Mahama, a ɔyɛ Okuani a ɔdɔ mmoofuo na ɔsane yɛ Ɔkyerɛkyerɛni, yɔ mmarahyɛbadwa a ɔdi kan ma West Gonja abatoɔ mpɛsua so sane yɛ Atifi mantam suafoɔ wɔ Ɔmampanin , Kwame Nkrumah aberɛ so. Mahama's papa some sɛ ɔmampanin futufoɔ ma Hilla Limann a Jerry John Rawlings too naban guu wɔ 1981.

Mahama kɔɔ ne mmɔfra ase sukuu ase wɔ had Accra Newtown Experimental School (ANT1) ansan Ɔrekɔ akɔ da bɔɔdek sukuu wɔ Achimota mmɔfra sukuu. Ɔwie adamtam sukuu wɔ Ghana Secondary Sukuu (Tamale, Atifi mantam mu). Ɔtoa so wɔ University of Ghana, Legon, ɔgyee degree nteteeɛ a ɛfa abakwasɛm mu wɔ afe 1981 ne diploma fa nkitahodie ho wɔ afe 1986. berɛ a ɔyɛ suani no, na ɔka Commonwealth Hall (Legon). Ɔsane sua adeɛ wɔ Institute of Social Sciences wɔ Moscow wɔ Soviet Union, Ɔnyaa ne masta wɔ afe 1988 mu.[3]

Beaeɛ a menyaa mmoa[sesa]

  1. "Ghana election: John Mahama declared winner". BBC News. 10 December 2012. Archived from the original on 10 December 2012.
  2. "Ghana swears in Mahama as new president". Al Jazeera. 25 July 2012. Archived from the original on 26 July 2012. Retrieved 25 July 2012.
  3. "John Dramani Mahama Biography". Archived from the original on 12 September 2012. Retrieved 24 July 2012.