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Naser Mahama Toure

Naser Mahama Toure

This is the timeline of the member of parliament for Ayawaso East Constituency

1965

17 March 1965

Early Life

Naser Toure Mahama was born on March 17, 1965, in Nima-Accra, a vibrant town in the Greater Accra Region.

1987

09 October 1987

Education

Naser Toure Mahama attended the West Africa Senior High School and later pursued his higher education at Central University College, Ghana. In 1987, he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in marketing.

1993

08 October 1993

Before Politics

Naser Toure Mahama is not only a skilled politician but also a seasoned professional. Before his political career took flight, he served as the Managing Director of Aminasei Oil Company Limited from 1993 to 2011. Additionally, Mahama had a stint as the CEO of OTA Forex Bureau in Accra from 2001 to 2003, showcasing his versatility in different sectors.

2009

09 October 2009

Further Education

Not content with just one degree, Mahama continued to broaden his knowledge. In 2009, he earned a Diploma in Marketing, followed by a Master of Arts in Marketing in 2014. His thirst for knowledge didn't stop there. He delved into the complex world of petroleum regulation and licensing, completing a course in Oil and Gas in 2014. Later, in 2019, he honed his skills further by studying Managing and Negotiating Upstream Petroleum Agreements in the Oil and Gas sector.

2012

09 October 2012

Political Journey

Naser Toure Mahama is a proud member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). In 2012, he stepped onto the political stage by contesting and winning the Ayawaso East seat on the NDC ticket. 

2023

06 October 2023

Re-election

Currently serving his second term as a Member of Parliament in the Seventh Parliament, Mahama has demonstrated a strong commitment to his constituency and its development.

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