She was born on the 23rd of January, 1966 in Accra to a Royal Family.
She is on the list presented to parliament for approval on 21st January 2021, by the president of Ghana Nana Akuffo-Addo, as the Minister for Works and Housing designate.
Here are 10 facts You Probably didn’t know about the Honourable.
- She was appointed chairperson of an 11-member Local Organizing Committee (LOC) tasked to organize the 2018 African Women Cup of Nations in the year 2017.
- She is the third daughter of the late Ohenenana Akwasi Agyeman Dua-Prempeh, of the Ashanti Royal Family and the late Nana Amma Serwaa, Kontihemaa of Duayaw Nkwanta.
- She almost lost her life to the June 3rd, 2015 flood and fire disaster at circle, Accra, Ghana.
- She began her political career as an Assembly Member for the Lakoo Electoral Area of the La-Dadekotopo Constituency in the Greater Accra Region,
- She was appointed the Deputy Minister of Works and Housing, in 2017 by President Akufo-Addo.
- She is the former Deputy Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection.
- She has worked in the Prison Service for 10 years.
- She studied MA Comms, Media and Public Relations at the University of Leicester, UK and also has a PhD in Business Administration from the Ghana Technology University College.
- She is the President and Founder, Women Supporters Union of Ghana.
- She serves on the Mines and Energy, Government Assurance Committee in Parliament.
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