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Fritz Baffour

Fritz Baffour

Fritz Baffour is a Ghanaian journalist, politician and communications consultant. He was the Member of Parliament for Ablekuma South constituency in the Parliament of Ghana and the Minister for Information during the Mills Administration.

1951

Born
07 November 1951

Born

Fritz Baffour was born on November 7, 1951, in Accra, Ghana

1970

Early life and education
28 June 1970

Early life and education

Fritz Baffour had an academic background with his father being an esteemed mechanical engineer and his mother a midwife. He pursued his education in Ghana and the United Kingdom, obtaining GCE certificates and completing a master's degree in Communication Studies from Leicester University between 2007 and 2012.

1991

Politics
28 June 1991

Politics

From its establishment in 1991, Baffour has been associated with the National Democratic Congress, and in January 2009, he secured a parliamentary seat for Ablekuma South in the Ghanaian parliamentary election, subsequently serving as Minister for Information under President John Atta Mills in 2012.

2005

Career
28 June 2005

Career

Baffour, an experienced journalist and media consultant, worked as a producer and director for various television channels including Ghana Television and has collaborated with international production companies, serving as a consultant to the government of Jerry Rawlings.

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