Rt. Hon. Edward Doe Adjaho Sworn-in As Acting President Of the Republic Of Ghana.

Rt. Hon. Edward Doe Adjaho on Thursday was sworn-in as the Acting President Of the Republic Of Ghana. This is in accordance with Article 60(12) of the Constitution, that in the absence of the President and the Vice President, the Speaker of Parliament would act as President.

President John Mahama on Thursday September 19 2013 traveled to Bamako, Mali to participate in the swearing-in of H.E. Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta as President of the Republic of Mali.

Vice President, Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur on the other hand has also traveled to UK for a three day official break.

Rt. Hon. Edward Doe Adjaho, who was sworn-in by the Chief Justice, Georgina Wood, swore the Oath of Allegiance and the Presidential Oath to dedicate himself to the service and well being of the people of Ghana.

Dr Benjamin Kuunbuor, the Majority Leader, said the ceremony was a sign that the country’s constitutional arrangement was of age and maturing. Mr Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, Minority Leader, on his part congratulated Mr Adjaho for his assumption to the highest office of the land.


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