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Ekow Hayford

Ekow Hayford

Ekow Hayford was a Ghanaian politician who served in the Seventh Parliament, representing the Mfantseman Constituency.

1970

Early life and Education
01 July 1970

Early life and Education

Hayford was born in Mankessim on December 24, 1970. His mother, Madam Mena Aba Attah, had only one child. He graduated from Methodist University College with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) awarded him a Masters of Business Administration with a focus in supply chain management

1993

Career 1993
30 June 1993

Career 1993

Hayford's first job was as a police officer in Ghana, where he worked from 1993 until 1998. He promoted him to Corporal. He left his position and started a private business. Before entering politics, he served as the manager and chief executive officer, respectively, at MANTRAC Ghana Limited and MODISA Lodge.

2020

Death
07 July 2020

Death

He passed away on October 9, 2020. Additionally, he served as Apam Football Club's CEO.

2020

Member of Parliament
07 July 2020

Member of Parliament

Member of the Fourth Republic of Ghana's Seventh Parliament, standing for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and representing the Mfantseman Constituency in the Central Region.

2023

05 July 2023

Personal life

Hayford was a Methodist Church member who was married and had four kids.Ophelia Quansah Hayford and Sarah Quansah Hayford are said to be his two wives.


 


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