President Mahama was born in Damongo, in the Damango-Daboya constituency of Ghana.
His father Emmanuel Adama Mahama was the first Member of Parliament for the West Gonja Constituency
and the first Regional Commissioner of the Northern Region (Ghana) during Ghana's First Republic.
After completing his education, President Mahama returned to Ghana and, from 1991 to 1996,
worked as the Information, Culture and Research Officer at the Embassy of Japan in Accra.
From there he moved to the non-governmental agency (NGO) PLAN International's Ghana Country Office,
where he worked as International Relations, Sponsorship Communications and Grants
The coordination, promotion and protection of the national interests of Ghana
in South Africa and the countries to which the High Commission is accredited.
The countries are namely:
Union of the Comoros
SPEECH BY CHARGE D’AFFAIRES a.i. MR. S.J.K. PARKER
MR. S.J.K. PARKER-ALLOTEY
HON MS. H.L. BOGOPANE-ZULU, THE DEPUTY MINISTER FOR
WOMEN, YOUTH, CHILDREN AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES,
YOUR EXCELLENCIES HEADS OF DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS AND
REPRESENTATIVES OF GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS,
CORPORATE BODIES AND SENIOR MILITARY COMMANDERS,
Ghana @ The South Africa International Trade Expo
Delegate Group Picture
The Ghana Trade Fair Company this year participated in the 4th Agrifica agribusiness Africa conference and the South Africa International Trade Fair (SAITEX) in South Africa at the Gallagher convention centre. This years Agribusiness Africa Conference focused
on the potential contributi...read more