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Naana Eyiah Quansah

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Naana Eyiah Quansah
human
Ein sex anaa genderfemale Edit
Country wey e be citizenGhana Edit
Name in native languageNaana Eyiah Quansah Edit
Name wey dem give amNaana Edit
Family nameQuansah Edit
Ein date of birth14 February 1963 Edit
Place dem born amGomoa Central District Edit
Languages dem dey speak, rep anaa signEnglish, Fante Edit
Ein occupationpolitician, accountant Edit
Position eholdDeputy Minister for Lands, Member of the 7th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana, Member of the 8th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana Edit
Educate forMacquarie Business School Edit
ResidenceCentral Region Edit
Work locationGomoa Central District Edit
Political party ein memberNew Patriotic Party Edit
Candidacy in election2016 Ghanaian general election, 2020 Ghanaian general election Edit
Religion anaa worldviewChristianity Edit

Naana Eyiah Quansah be Ghanaian politician den a member for de New Patriotic Party. Rydee she be de member of parliament for Gomoa Central Constituency insyd de Central Region of Ghana.[1][2][3] Rydee she be de Deputy Minister for Interior.[4][5][6]

Early life den education[edit | edit source]

Dem born Quansah on 14 February 1963 den she dey hail from Gomoa Lome insyd de Central Region of Ghana. She get diploma insyd Project Management insyd 2017.[7]

Career[edit | edit source]

Na Quansah be de chief executive officer for Naaba Company Limited.[8]

Politics[edit | edit source]

Quansah be member of de New Patriotic Party.[9][10] She be de former Deputy Minister for Lands and Natural Resources.[11][12]

2016 election[edit | edit source]

Insyd de 2016 Ghanaian general elections, she win de Gomoa Central Constituency parliamentary seat plus 14,178 votes wey edey rep 51.6% for de total votes cast whilst de NDC parliamentary candidate Rachel Florence Appoh wey get 12,858 votes wey edey rep 46.8% of de total votes cast, de CPP parliamentary candidate Emmanuel Appoh Mensah get 280 votes wey edey rep 1.0% for de total votes cast den de PPP parliamentary candidate Grace Ignophia Appiah get 174 votes wey edey rep 0.6% for de total votes cast.[13]

2020 election[edit | edit source]

Insyd de 2020 Ghanaian general elections, she san win de Gomoa Central Constituency parliamentary seat with 20,527 votes wey edey rep 56.81% for de total votes cast whilst de NDC parliamentary candidate Jonamoah Moses Jehu-Appiah get 14,568 votes wey edey rep 42.32% for de total votes cast, de GUM parliamentary candidate Hannah Chrissam get 561 votes wey edey rep 1.6% for de total votes cast den de NDP parliamentary candidate Frank Otchere Painstil get 476 votes wey edey rep 1.3% for de total votes cast.[14]

Committees[edit | edit source]

Quansah be member for de Government Assurance Committee den she san be member of de Health Committee.[8]

Ein life matter[edit | edit source]

Quansah dey identify as Christian wey she marry den get one kiddie.[15]

Philanthropy[edit | edit source]

Insyd May 2019, she carry clothing materials, food items den drinks to over 300 women insyd her constituency.[16]

Insyd February 2020, she donate health den insyd office equipment to health facilities insyd de Gomoa Central Constituency.[17]

Insyd April 2022, she donate sam school materials to about 120 graduates insyd her constituency wey get admissions to senior high schools.[18][19]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Nkrumah, Benedict Kweku. "MP Advocates For Girl-Child Education In Gomoa Central". Modern Ghana. Retrieved 2018-11-02.
  2. Agbey, Gilbert Mawuli. "Naana Eyiah supports Gomoa Obuasi Health Centre". Graphic Online. Retrieved 2018-11-02.
  3. "MP settles bills of 55 Gyaman SHS students | News Ghana". NewsGhana. Retrieved 2018-11-02.
  4. "Police Ladies Association calls on Interior Deputy Minister". Ministry of the Interior│Republic of Ghana. July 30, 2021. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  5. Agyeman, Nana Konadu (19 June 2021). "Parliament approves second batch deputy ministerial appointees". Graphic Online. Retrieved 2 December 2022.
  6. GTonline (2022-09-09). "British Royal Army member donates equipment to GNFS". Ghanaian Times. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  7. "Eyiah, Naana". Ghana MPS. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  8. 8.0 8.1 "Parliament of Ghana". parliament of ghana. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  9. "MP Commends President Akufo Addo for creating Gomoa Central District Assembly". Modern Ghana. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  10. Allotey, Godwin Akweiteh (2016-10-07). "NPP's Gomoa Central candidate can't unseat Appoh – DCE". Citi 97.3 FM - Relevant Radio. Always. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  11. Agyeman, Adwoa (2020-12-14). "Central Region gets six women Parliamentarians". Adomonline.com. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  12. "Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources breaks ground for 6-unit classroom block - MyJoyOnline.com". www.myjoyonline.com. 2020-09-10. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  13. FM, Peace. "2016 Election - Gomoa Central Constituency Results". Ghana Elections - Peace FM. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  14. FM, Peace. "2020 Election - Gomoa Central Constituency Results". Ghana Elections - Peace FM. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  15. "Ghana MPs - MP Details - Eyiah, Naana". GhanaMps. Retrieved 2018-11-02.
  16. "Mothers Day: Gomoa Central MP Celebrates Mothers In Grand Style". The Publisher Online. 2019-05-15. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  17. "MP donates items to Health Facilities in Gomoa Central | 7th February, 2020 - Ghana Hospitals". Ghana hospitals online. Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  18. hammad (2022-04-17). "Deputy Interior Minister supports 120 needy students in Gomoa Central -". Retrieved 2022-12-02.
  19. "120 needy students in Gomoa Central get support from MP". GhanaDistricts. Retrieved 2022-12-02.