Minister of State in the Minister of Education Elizabeth Ohene of Ghana

Name OheneOther Names Elizabeth AkuaDate of Birth1945-01-24PlaceDetailed Biography Miss Elizabeth Akua Ohene was born 24th January, 1945, and attended Mawuli School at Ho, between 1958 and 1964.
Until the appointment as the Minister of state, Miss Elizabeth Ohene was the government spokesperson in President Kufuor's Administration.
The Minister of State to the Ministry of Education, Science and Sports, Elizabeth Ohene says there is the need to invest in Sports through the provision of logistics and training pitches to improve the standard of sports in the country.
Ohene said government will continue to invest in that direction.
Miss Ohene said her outfit will continue to support the Scripps national spelling bee since it conveys and perpetuates the spirit of competition among children.
Ms Elizabeth Ohene said this when she presented a brand-new VW Polo saloon car to the IBF bantamweight champion, Joseph ‘King Kong’ Agbeko, at a colourful ceremony at Mantse Agbonaa in James Town, Accra yesterday.
Elizabeth Ohene is always there for US.
Ohene denied the Association access to talk on the issue, which was an indication that she had no respect for the POTAG members.
Minister of State at the Office of the President, Ms Elizabeth Ohene has appealed to people in the Volta Region to be assertive and collectively market the positive values of the region for socio-economic development.
Ms Ohene said the time had come when teacher training colleges should not be considered as dumping grounds for unemployed youth who only took teaching as a last resort or as a conduit to other professional and academic attainments, but rather be for teacher trainees who had the love and desire to make teaching their profession.
Ms Ohene said government had demonstrated its belief that improving teacher education was central to the success of the new education reforms.
Ms Ohene said the government was conscious of the challenges that were confronting training colleges, especially this period of transition from the post-secondary to the tertiary level and gave the assurance that the problems would be addressed.
Elizabeth Ohene is Deputy Editor, Daily Programmes , at the African Service of the BBC World Service; and is part of the award-winning Focus on Africa team, the daily news and current affairs programme which is recognised as obligatory listening as a source of information on Africa.