Joseph Emmanuel Ackah

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Hon.
Joseph Emmanuel Ackah
Mmarahyɛbadwani ɛwɔ Jomoro Mpɛsoaso
Bere
7 January 1993 – 6 January 1997
OdikanfoJames V. Leuven Mensah
Bere
7 January 1997 – 6 January 2001
Mmarahyɛbadwani ɛwɔ Jomoro Mpɛsoaso
Bere
7 January 2001 – 6 January 2005
ƆmanpanyinJohn Kufuor
AnanmusiniLee Ocran
Ne ho asɛm
Awo bere31 August 1934 (1934-08-31) (age 88)
Ne manGhanaGhana 
AmanyɔkuoNational Democratic Congress
Sukuu a w'akɔUniversity of Ghana, University of Cape Coast
N'adwumaAmanyɔni
N'adwumaFarmer

Joseph Emmanuel Ackah yɛ Ghanani amanyɔni ne kuani a na ɔyɛ mmarahyɛbadwani wɔ mmarahyɛbadwafie a na edi kan, ne deɛ ɛtɔ so mmienu ne mmiɛnsa wɔ Ghana adehyeman a na ɛtɔ so nnan mu. Ɔyɛ mmarahyɛbadwani dadaa ma Jomoro constituency wɔ Western Region na ogyina mu ma NDC amnyɔkuo no.[1][2]

Abrabɔ ahyeaseɛ ne sukuu[sesa]

Wɔwoo Ackah wɔ Ɔsanaa bosome da a ɛtɔ so aduasa baako wɔ afe apem aha-nkron aduasa nnan mu (31 August 1934). Owiee ne Sukuu wɔ University of Ghana suapɔn mu. Onyaa abɔdini krataa a brɔfo kasa mu ɔfrɛ no 'Bachelor of Arts degree in history' wɔ Suapɔn no mu. Ackah san so kɔɔ University of Cape Coast. Onyaa ' Post-graduate Certificate wɔ Education mu wɔ suapɔn no mu.

Adwumasɛm[sesa]

Ackah yɛ kuani a ɔbɔ ne ho mmɔdene paa ara yie.

Amanyɔsɛm[sesa]

Ɔtoo aba yii Ackah wɔ 1992 Ghana mmarahyɛbadwam abatoɔ no wɔ mmrahyɛbadwam a edi kan wɔ Ghana adehyeman a ɛtɔ so nnan no mu.

Ackah was first elected during the 1992 Ghanaian parliamentary election as member of the 1st parliament of the 4th republic. He succeeded James V. Leuven Mensah of the People's National Party(PNP). He is also a member of the 2nd and 3rd parliament of the 4th republic of Ghana. He is a member of the National Democratic Congress and a representative of the Jomoro constituency of the Western Region of Ghana. His political career began when he contested in the 1992 and won on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress. After the term ended, he contested again in the 1996 Ghanaian general elections and in 2000 Ghanaian general election

Beaɛ a menyaa mmoa firii[sesa]

  1. https://ghanaelections.peacefmonline.com/pages/2000/western/220/
  2. https://ghanaelections.peacefmonline.com/pages/2000/western/index.php