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Kwabena Donkor

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Kwabena Donkor
Member of the 6th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana (en) Translate

Ko'oro 7, 2013 - Ko'oro 6, 2017
Electoral district: Pru East Constituency (en) Translate
Elected in: 2012 Ghanaian general election (en) Translate
Member of the 7th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana (en) Translate

Ko'oro 7, 2017 -
Electoral district: Pru East Constituency (en) Translate
Elected in: 2016 Ghanaian general election (en) Translate
Member of the 8th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana (en) Translate

Ko'oro 7, 2021 -
Electoral district: Pru East Constituency (en) Translate
Elected in: 2020 Ghanaian general election (en) Translate
Lonto (en) Translate, Gunfuko 5, 1958 (run 66)
Country of citizenshipGhana
Education
Educated atUniversity of Leicester (en) Translate Master of Business Administration (en) Translate : strategic management (en) Translate
University of Bristol (en) Translate Doctor of Philosophy (en) Translate : Development Management (en) Translate, industrial relations (en) Translate
University of Bristol (en) Translate Master of Science (en) Translate
Languages spoken, written or signedEnglish (en) Translate
Occupation
Occupationpolitician (en) Translate la consultant (en) Translate
Work locationAnkara
Religion or worldviewChristian (en) Translate
Member of political partyNational Democratic Congress

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Kwabena Donkor n dɔgɛ gunfuko ka dabesa a nuu daarɛ 1958 yuunɛ la puan) de la Gaana nalɛgera, gee me yuum dɛna  Minister for Power.[1]  Nananewa a de la Gomena nalɛgera bɔna palemɛti, a ze'ele bo Pru East so'olum, Bono East tiŋa n boi Gaana. A zagesɛ ti eŋa ka le dɛna minisita yɛsera 'failure to end load shedding' gee ti nɛreba zo'e zo'e yi'ira ti 'Dumsor' la, doose la n biŋɛ nuurɛ ti eŋa wa yaŋɛ maalɛ yele la gee ti 2015 yuunɛ la ba'asɛ la.[2][3][4]

Yuun Si'a N Tole Sa la Sukuu Kinɛ[demese | demesego zia]

Ba yuum dɔgɛ Donkor la Gunfuko ka dabesa anuu,  1958, n boi Lonto via Yeji Bono East so'olum n boi Gaana. A tari la PhD la Master's degree yese University of Bristol sukuu la puan, la master of business administration yese Lancaster university.

Tuuma[demese | demesego zia]

Donkor yuun tuna deɛna la Deputy Minisita n de Information ze'ele 2013 yuunɛ la ta paɛ 2014 yuunɛ la puan.[1] A yuun pa'asɛ Petroleum Commision nɛreba la puan gee la lem dɛna la ba Chief executive ɔfiisa 2014 yuunɛ la puan. Yuunɛ kaŋa la, ti a yuun dɛna la cabinet minisita bɔ'ɔra Gaana gomɛna.[5] A yuun lem pa'asɛ Gaana Palimɛti la puan 2015 yuunɛ la puan gee dɛna kukazuo daana tigerɛ la puan n de Salema la Energy. A yuun ze'ele bo Pru East so'olum bɔna Bono East tiŋa National Democratic Congress paati la.[6]

A Gomɛna nalɛka[demese | demesego zia]

Donkor yuun ze'ele bo la Pru East so'olum 2016 yuunɛ la Gaana vootigɔ saŋa gee yuun di. A yuun nyɛ la 13,512 vooti n de 56.19% n de vooti la za'a gee ti David Amoah, Danjumah Desmond, Noah Ken Boadai la Zevor Mattew Tsiditsey. 2020 ti a yuun ba'asɛ a tuuma gee siŋɛ kuka la zuo.[7]

Tigerɛ[demese | demesego zia]

Donkor yuun pa'asɛ la Ranking duma n de Employment,  Social Welfare la State Enterprises Tigerɛ, gee lem pa'asɛ Standing Orders Tigerɛ,[8] la Salema la Energy Tigerɛ. [9]

A Miŋa Vom[demese | demesego zia]

Donkor de la yine pa'asa. A ele mɛ dɔgɛ kɔma ba naasi.[10][11]

Viisigɔɔ Lɔgerɔ[demese | demesego zia]

  1. 1.0 1.1 https://web.archive.org/web/20160806174604/http://www.parliament.gh/parliamentarians/291
  2. https://web.archive.org/web/20160102181107/http://citifmonline.com/2015/12/31/power-minister-resigns-over-dumsor/
  3. http://graphic.com.gh/news/general-news/55562-confirmed-kwabena-donkor-resigns-over-dumsor-controversy.html
  4. http://www.myjoyonline.com/news/2015/December-26th/acep-urges-kwabena-donkor-to-admit-failure-and-resign.php
  5. https://www.modernghana.com/news/922895/celebrating-the-man-dr-kwabena-donkor.html
  6. https://web.archive.org/web/20200131111138/https://www.cwcghana.com/speakers/dr-kwabena-donkor-2/
  7. https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/ghanaelection2020/elections.constituency.results.php?mode=parliamentary&ID=106
  8. http://ghanaelections.peacefmonline.com/pages/2016/brongahafo/54/index.php
  9. https://www.parliament.gh/mps?mp=207
  10. http://www.ghanamps.com/mps/details.php?id=5532
  11. https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/republic/parliamentatian.php?ID=66