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    Evans Opoku Bobie named Youth & Sports Minister designate 

    Member of Parliament for Asunafo North, Hon. Evans Opoku Bobie has been appointed Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports designate.

    If he goes through successful vetting, the 46 year old will join substantive minister Hon. Mustapha Ussif at the ministry responsible for the development and promotion of youth and sporting activities in the country.

    Hon. Opoku Bobie was previously the Brong-Ahafo Regional Minister and later the Ahafo Regional Minister when the region was split into three.

    He is expected to replace Perry Okudjeto, who was Deputy Minister to Isaac Asiamah in the last administration.

    The date for his vetting has yet to be announced.

     

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