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John Agyekum Kufuor

Date of Birth: 8/12/1938
Place of Birth: Kumasi, Ashanti Region


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A consensual affair

Another possible target for a Chinese oil company is the Tano South concession, which was originally granted to Norway’s Aker SA in a joint venture with Chemu Power, its Ghanaian partner whose directors are close to ex-President John Kufuor...


The oil obstacles

5% equity stake in its Ghana operations to EO Group, closely linked to former President John Agyekum Kufuor, which has been harshly criticised by President John Atta Mills's government and the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC)...


A new economic team emerges

They are academics, more used to public service than to business, and more centre-left than the strident pro-market enthusiasts who worked for ex-President John Kufuor - but companies have long complained that successive governments will not listen to them...


Obama's akwaaba moment

Despite the ensuing parliamentary brickbats and some local political fights, a quick transition from President John Agyekum Kufuor to Mills went through without major disruption...


Ghana's DC dividend

John Kufuor's government attempted to revive the plan by buying out Kaiser, but the project stalled when the recession hit export markets...


Akwaaba Obama

Bush in 2008, and William Jefferson Clinton in 1998 - have been little more than extended photo opportunities at the tail end of the governments of John Kufuor and Jerry John Rawlings...


Harder cash but warmer words

Working in parallel, the High Level Commission on the Modernisation of World Bank Group Governance, led by former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo, is to report in October: its members include Ghana's former President John Kufuor, World Trade Organisation Director Pascal Lamy, Britain's Baroness Shriti Vadera and German Development Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeu...


The Mills grind slowly

Communications chief Koku Anyidoho said the target was the opposition in general, especially ex-President John Agyekum Kufuor, who is holding out for a resettlement package (controversially agreed by the last Parliament) which includes two houses, six cars, a US$450,000 payoff, a life pension, a fully staffed office and 60 days' free foreign travel a year, all at public expense...


Lining up the Mills team

Three weeks after being sworn in as President in succession to John Agyekum Kufuor, Professor John Evans Atta Mills has completed his cabinet line-up and set about formulating an economic blueprint which he hopes will last throughout his four-year term...

She retired from the bench after being passed over for the top job despite her seniority; the Chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Wood, was appointed by John Kufuor...


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