Professor Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang reached for new heights and broke limits in Ghana's history by being the first woman to hold a the role of vice president of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), one of the best political parties in Ghana, during the 2020 general election. She stood beside His Former Excellency, John Dramani Mahama, the flag bearer of the NDC to represent the party.
Of course, there were speculations and criticisms amid the appointment of Jane Naana as vice president. However, she has recently proved why she deserved the role.
Earlier on, Jane Naana attended a ceremony whose main aim was to celebrate the teachers of the Madina Constituency. The ceremony was organized by the Member of Parliament for the Madina Constituency, Honourable Francis Xavier Sosu.
Other significant people who attended the ceremony were members of the Traditional council, Diplomatic Corps, Constituency and Branch executives and Sponsors.
By attending the ceremony, she not only proved that she cared about the nation's education but also, she proved that under her reign, she will be an epitome of Ghana's educational success.
Already, Professor Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang has distinguished herself in service to academia in Ghana. A testament to this is the fact that she is the recipient of Ghana’s highest recognition, Officer of the Order of the Volta for Academic Distinction. She also served as the Minister of Education under John Dramani's administration.
It is believed that she holds a lot of promise for Ghana's education during her reign.
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