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Alhaji Collins Dauda

Alhaji Collins Dauda

Alhaji Collins Dauda is a teacher and politician who served as the Ghanaian Minister for Lands and Natural Resources Water Resources, Works, and Housing.

1957

Earlylife and Education
13 February 1957

Earlylife and Education

Collins Dauda was born in Mehame, Ahafo Region (formerly Brong Ahafo Region), on February 13, 1957.He is a native of Mehame in Ghana's Brong-Ahafo Region.Issaka Naaba and Mariama Issah were his parents. Between 1973 and 1981, he completed his secondary school at Mim Senior High School, where he earned both the GCE Ordinary Level and the GCE Advanced Level.

1985

Career
01 July 1985

Career

Dauda was a teacher at the Kukuom Agricultural Senior High School. He began working as a teacher at Ahafoman Senior High School in 1986, and he remained there till 1992.

1992

Politics
07 July 1992

Politics

Dauda was elected to the Asutifi District Assembly.He was a member of the Consultative Assembly, which worked from 1991 to 1992 to draft the 1992 Ghana constitution. He was initially elected to the House of Representatives in the 1992 parliamentary election on the National Democratic Congress platform, becoming the first Member of Parliament (MP) for the Fourth Republic's Asutifi South seat. In the 1996 parliamentary elections, he was elected to a second term.

2004

Elections
06 July 2004

Elections

In the 2004 Ghanaian general elections, Dauda was chosen to serve as a member of parliament for the Asutifi South seat of the Brong Ahafo Region for the third time. In the fourth parliament of Ghana's fourth republic, he thus served as the district's representative.

2023

Committees
06 July 2023

Committees

Dauda is a member of the Finance committee, also a member of the Lands and Forestry Committee and also a member of Committee of Selection Committee.

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