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Osei Bonsu Amoah
human
Sex or gendermale Maale eŋ
Country of citizenshipGhana Maale eŋ
Date of birth15 August 1961 Maale eŋ
Place of birthGhana Maale eŋ
Native languageAsante Maale eŋ
Languages spoken, written or signedEnglish Maale eŋ
Occupationlawyer, politician Maale eŋ
Position heldMember of the 7th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana, Member of the 6th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana, Member of the 5th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana, Member of the 8th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana Maale eŋ
Educated atUniversity of Ghana, Ghana School of Law Maale eŋ
Academic degreeBachelor of Arts Maale eŋ
Academic majorlaw Maale eŋ
ResidenceAburi Maale eŋ
Member of political partyNew Patriotic Party Maale eŋ
Religion or worldviewChristianity Maale eŋ

Osei Bonsu Amoah (dɔgebo bebiri Ɔɔgore 15, 1961) e la Ghanaian pɔlitiseɛŋ aneŋ a paalimɛnte ayɔpoi soba ko a fourth Republic ko Gaana begemaala ne kaŋa naŋ are ko Akwapin South gbandige noba naŋ be a Eastern Region a Gaana poɔ, a paaŋ be a wɔɔ paati gyɔŋgyɔŋ puliŋ.[1][2][3][4][5]

Bibiiloŋ Nyɔvɔre Aneŋ Sakuu Gaabo

Amoah bebidɔgeraa da la Ɔɔgore 15, 1961. O yi la Aburi, teŋe kaŋa naŋ be a Eastern Region a Ghana poɔ.[6] O sɛkɔndre sakuu gaabo te baarɛɛ neŋ a sakuu gyeremɛ ŋa ba naŋ boɔla ka Prempeh College aneŋ oŋ la nyɛ o Bachlor of Science degree ne Law a yi a University of Ghana a yuoni 1985.[6]A yi Ghana School of Law, o la nyɛ la Bachelor of Law degree a yuoni poɔ 1995.[6]

O Nakõɔ Yɛlɛ

O e la a New Patriotic Party neɛ kaŋa.[7] O e la a begemaala kaŋa naŋ are ko a Akwapin South paaloo.[6]

2012 Vootuu

A 2012 Ghana vootuu kpoŋ poɔ, o da nyɛ la zunɔɔ o naŋ da are ko a Akwapin South paaloo begemaale kogi ŋa, ka o da nyɛ 12,720 vootuu ka lɛ wulo 49.73% a vootuu zaa laŋ taa poɔ, kyɛ ka a NDC begemaala gbɛbɔge ara William Ntow Boahene eŋ da nyɛ 8,694 vootuu zaa laŋ taa poɔ. Ka CPP gbɛbɔge ara Isac Opare Addo da nyɛla 3,713 vootuu,ka lɛ wulo 14.52% ayi a vootuu zaa laŋ taa aneŋ meŋ PPP gbɛbɔge ara Michael Asante da nyɛla 450 vootuu. Ka lɛ wulo 1.76% ayi avootuu zaa laŋ taa.[8]

2016 Vootuu

A 2016 Ghana vootuu kpoŋ poɔ, O da la nyɛ la zunoɔ ko a Akwapim paaloo begemaale kogi ne 14,049 vootuu, Ka lɛ wulo 52.8% ayi a vootuu zaa laŋtaa kyɛ ka NDC gbɛbɔge ara Lawrencia Dzewornu eŋ da nyɛ 8,417 vootuu 31.6% a CPP gbɛbogi ara Issac Opare Addo da nyɛla 4,153 vootuu kalɛ wulo15.6% ayi a vootuu zaa lantaa.(9)[9]

2020 Vootuu

A 2022 vootuu kpoŋ poɔ, O da la maaleŋ nyɛ la zunɔɔ ko a Akwapim South paaloo begemaale kogi ne 21,237 vootuu ka lɛ wulo 65.41% ayi avootuu zaa laŋtaa kyɛ ka a NDC gbɛbogi ara Wintson Kwadwo Afari Djan eŋ da nyɛ 11,237 vootuu ka lɛ wulo 34.59% a yi a vootuu zaa laŋ taa.(10)[10]

Kommitiiri

A 2016 poɔ, o na da la a kyaamaaŋ ko a Subsidiary Legislative Kommitii, a Ghana begemaale dieŋ. 11[11]

O e la a Standing Orders Kommitii neɛ kaŋa, a e a neɛ kaŋa naŋ be a Subsidiary Legislation Kommitii aneŋ a la e neɛ kaŋa naŋ la be a Appointments Kommitii.[12][13]

Minista Yɛlɛ

O e la pampana Minista potuuro a ko Local Government, Decentralization aneŋ Rural Development.[14][15][16]

Toma Yɛlɛ

Saŋa neɛ o naŋ da kpeɛ a bɛgemaale die neɛ la ka , Amoah da e Inspector a ko Taxes, IRS a youni 1988 aneŋ a 1996. O da e la Special Assistance, Office of the President, o da ton yɛŋ a yie 2001 a wa eŋ a 2005 youni neɛ poɔ.[6]

O da e la Minista potuuro a ko Ministry of Education Youth and Sport, aneŋ o da ton yie 2005 a wa eŋ 2008.[6]

Meŋa Nyɔvore

O e la Christo, aneŋ o taa la pɔge naŋ e lawyer aneŋ biiri bata.[6]

Yɛlɛ Mine Yiibu Zie

  1. https://web.archive.org/web/20190924104720/http://ghana.gov.gh/index.php/governance/deputy-ministers
  2. http://www.graphic.com.gh/news/general-news/akufo-addo-releases-names-of-deputy-ministers-designate.html
  3. https://yen.com.gh/90398-list-akufo-addos-50-deputy-ministers-news-ministers.html
  4. http://citifmonline.com/2017/03/15/akufo-addo-names-50-deputies-4-ministers-of-state/
  5. https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/religion/Akufo-Addo-picks-deputy-ministers-511811
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 http://www.ghanamps.com/mps/details.php?id=5381
  7. https://mybrytfmonline.com/o-b-amoah-leads-npp-research-committee/
  8. http://ghanaelections.peacefmonline.com/pages/2012/parliament/eastern/akuapem_south/
  9. http://ghanaelections.peacefmonline.com/pages/2016/parliament/eastern/akuapem_south/
  10. http://ghanaelections.peacefmonline.com/pages/2020/parliament/eastern/akuapem_south/
  11. https://kasapafmonline.com/?p=53659
  12. https://www.parliament.gh/mps?mp=101
  13. https://thebftonline.com/2021/02/11/parliamentary-appointment-committee-set-to-show-leadership-in-vetting-2021-ministers/
  14. https://www.ghanaiantimes.com.gh/o-b-amoah-reignites-debate-on-mmdces-election/
  15. https://theindependentghana.com/germany-commits-eur-82m-towards-critical-sectors-of-ghanas-economy/
  16. https://dailyguidenetwork.com/new-decentralisation-policy-being-implemented/