President swears in- New Council of State Members


President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo has sworn into office, 31 new members of the Council of State.

The swearing in ceremony for the for the 8th Council of State members took place at the Jubilee House, the seat of the nations Presidency in Accra Tuesday February 23,2021.

In his remarks, the President indicated that he looked forward to working much with the Council.

”I looked forward very much to working with a Council that will continue to offer me honest advice ,based on unvarnished truth. I  look forward to working with a council that will help deepen our democracy and help enhance the quality of our governance, and i look forward to working with a council that will help us deliver a prosperous Ghana.”  President Akuffo-Addo.

The ceremony was attended by some Government officials, Party members, high ranking military and police personnel, members of the judiciary, Parliamentarians, Clergy, The Diplomatic missions and families of the members of Council of State.

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