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Prof Christopher Ameyaw ...
www.ghanareview.com, 5 Jan 2011 [cached]
Prof Christopher Ameyaw Akumfi
The driver is said to have been waiting for Professor Akumfi
to return to
the spot he
had left him.
told Joy News he
had left his
driver to attend a meeting with
the queen mother of the area.
said while in the meeting, the unknown assailants approached the driver
and insisted he
[the driver] tells them who was meeting with the Queen
Mother but the driver refused advising the four young men to go find out
The attackers, according to Prof. Akumfi
, instructed the driver to lead
them to the Queeen Mother's residence but once again he
Railways Minister, Professor ...
www.ghanareview.com, 15 Sept 2010 [cached]
Railways Minister, Professor Christopher Ameyaw Akumfi.
In the Techiman North constituency, ...
www.openghana.com, 15 June 2015 [cached]
In the Techiman North constituency, former MP and Minister of Ports, Habours and Railway Professor Christopher Ameyaw Akumfi is launching a comeback to Parliament.
He lost the 2012 election to the current Deputy Education Minister Alex Kyeremeh.
But he must beat off competition from six others to win the slot.
He has done it before, so it will be easy to get the job done.
Prof. Christopher Ameyaw ...
www.ghanaian-chronicle.com, 18 Sept 2008 [cached]
Prof. Christopher Ameyaw Akumfi, Minister for Ports, Harbours and Railways
...Prof. Christopher Ameyaw Akumfi, Minister for Ports, Harbours and Railways
...The said directive, signed by the sector Minister, Professor Christopher Ameyaw Akumfi, states, "the ministry and government has had to approach the Finance Ministry to seek approval for the release of GH¢680,000 from the Contingency Fund to pay your salaries for the months of April and May."
History was made in the area ...
www.ghanaelectionwatch.com, $reference.date [cached]
History was made in the area at Sunday's elections as Professor Christopher Ameyaw Akumfi, Minister of Ports, Harbours and Railways became the first NPP candidate to win the seat, which had traditionally been held by the NDC.