Biography of The Late Sir John

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Sir John

Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, prominently known as Sir John was a Ghanaian Politician and Lawyer. He held a few political positions in the New Patriotic Party. He was filling in as the Chief Executive Officer of the Forestry Commission before his Sudden loss. Naturally introduced to an Adventist family, the keen legislator joined the church with work in an expert manner.

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Early life and education

Kojo Afriyie was conceived in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. He went to Seventh Day Adventist Secondary School in Bekwai from where he got his GCE Ordinary level endorsement. He continued to acquire his GCE Advanced level authentication from Konongo Odumase Secondary School in Konongo. He was confessed to consider political theory at the University of Ghana. He at that point enlisted at the Ghana School of Law where he graduated with Bachelor of Law. After this he was conceded as a specialist and direction for the Supreme Court of Ghana.

Legal career 

Afriyie went into private law practice in 1981. During the John Agyekum Kufour organization, he was delegated head of legitimate administrations at the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation. He was later made to go about as the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the partnership.

CEO of Forestry Commission 

In March 2017, President Nana Akuffo-Addo selected Afriyie as CEO of the Forestry Commission. He supplanted Samuel Afari Dartey, whose term as the CEO had finished. His arrangement was amazing to numerous Ghanaians in view of numerous gossipy tidbits that he was connected to the situation of top of the Ghana Ports and Harbors Authority. That position was given to Paul Asare Ansah. Afriyie later uncovered that the bits of gossip were valid however he had dismissed the arrangement because of his dread of the ocean. He expressed gratitude toward the president for the Forestry Commission arrangement and accepted that since he hailed from the woods zone of Ghana, he would have the option to have a more prominent effect here.

As CEO of the Forestry Commission, Afriyie’s activity was to direct the different open organizations that structure the divisions of the Commission. His first task as top of the commission was to regulate the festival of World Forest Day which fell on 21 March 2017.

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