Robert Kwame Mensah

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Robert Kwame Mensah
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Born (1935-11-02) 2 November 1935 (age 87)
NationalityGhanaian
CitizenshipGhana
Alma materRoman Catholic and Local Authority Schools Kete-Krachi and Teteman-Buem
OccupationTeacher
PredecessorMilitary government

Robert Kwame Mensah is a Ghanaian politician and member of the first parliament of the second republic of Ghana representing Nkwanta Constituency under the membership of the Progress Party (Ghana)|Progress Party (PP).[1]

Education and early life

He was born 02 November 1935 in Volta Region of Ghana.[1] He attended Roman Catholic and Local Authority Schools where he obtained Teachers' Training Certificate. He attended Kete-Krachi and Teteman-Buem where he obtained his General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (GCE "A Levels").[1]

Politics

He began his political career in 1969 when he became the parliamentary candidate for the National Alliance of Liberals to represent Nkwanta constituency prior to the commencement of the 1969 Ghanaian parliamentary election.[1]He assumed office as a member of the first parliament of the second republic of Ghana on 1 October 1969 after being pronounced winner at the 1969 Ghanaian parliamentary election and was later suspended following the overthrow of the Busia government in 13 January 1972.

Personal life

He is a Catholic and a teacher.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Ghana Parliamentary Register 1969-70. Accra: Office of the National Assembly. 1969. p. 236.

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