The father of Former President John Dramani Mahama was a minister of state under Ghana’s first President Dr Kwame Nkrumah
– Emmanuel Adama Mahama was the first MP for the West Gonja constituency and the first Northern Regional Minister
– Later, he became a senior presidential adviser during Ghana’s Third Republic under Hilla Limann
Former President John Dramani Mahama’s father is called Emmanuel Adama Mahama and he was a minister of state under Ghana’s first head of state, Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah.
Peoplepill.com reports that Adama Mahama was a Member of Parliament in the First Republic of Ghana as the very first MP for the West Gonja constituency.
After being instrumental in assisting Dr Kwame Nkrumah as the first Minister of State for the Northern Region, Adama Mahama later served as a senior presidential adviser during Ghana’s Third Republic under Hilla Limann.
It is reported that the former President’s father was also known for his exploits as an educator as well as a rice farmer aside from his iconic political achievements.
It may be safe to say that Emmanuel Adama Mahama did a great job in raising his children as Ibrahim Mahama and John Dramani Mahama, among others, have achieved stupendous success.
John Mahama became president of Ghana from July 2012 until January 2017 as the 4th President of the 4th Republic of Ghana and Adama Mahama’s younger son, Ibrahim Mahama, is a successful businessman.
Information available to YEN.com.gh suggests that their other siblings are also extremely accomplished in their fields.
In another captivating story, Afari Military Hospital, which is located between Kumasi and Nkawie in the Atwima Nwabiagya District of the Ashanti Region of Ghana, has been captured in a recent video.
Amidst the trending hashtag calling on the government to FixTheCountry, the video that was taken by a former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister showed that the place has been abandoned.
The hospital was built and commissioned under former President John Dramani Mahama but has now been left to the mercy of the weather after power exchanged hands.