John Dramani Mahama

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John Dramani Mahama
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Ààrẹ ilẹ̀ Ghánà
Assumed office
24 July 2012
Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur
Preceded by John Atta Mills
Igbákejì Ààrẹ ilẹ̀ Ghánà
In office
7 January 2009 – 24 July 2012
President John Atta Mills
Preceded by Aliu Mahama
Succeeded by Kwesi Amissah-Arthur
Minister of Communications
In office
November 1998 – 7 January 2001
President Jerry John Rawlings
Preceded by Ekwow Spio-Garbrah
Succeeded by Felix Owusu-Adjapong
Deputy Minister of Communications
In office
April 1997 – November 1998
President Jerry John Rawlings
Member of Parliament
for Bole
In office
7 January 1997 – 7 January 2009
Preceded by Mahama Jeduah
Succeeded by Joseph Akati Saaka
Personal details
Born 29 Oṣù Kọkànlá 1958 (1958-11-29) (ọmọ ọdún 58)
Damongo, Ghana
Political party National Democratic Congress
Spouse(s) Lordina Mahama
Residence Osu Castle
Alma mater
Occupation Historian, Communications Specialist, Writer
Positions
  • International Relations, Sponsorship Communications and Grants Manager, Plan International (1995-1996).
  • Information, Culture and Research Officer, Embassy of Japan in Accra (1991-1995).
Signature John Dramani Mahama's signature
Website Presidency website

John Dramani Mahama ( /məˈhɑːmə/; ojoibi 29 November 1958) ni Igbakeji-Aare orile-ede Ghana. O je didiboyan ni idiboyan odun 2008. Teletele o ti je omo Ile-igbimo asofin fun Bole-Bamboi ati omo Ile-igbimo asofin Gbogbo Afrika lati Ghana. O ti je Alakoso Eto Ibanisoro labe ijoba Aare Jerry Rawlings.[1]




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  1. Linda Akrasi Kotey, "Fireworks in Parliament", Ghanaian Chronicle (allAfrica.com), August 12, 2008.