Minister for Public Sector Reform Paa Kwesi Nduom of Ghana

He said conceded that Nduom was right on top, but believed that his man was also there with the most detailed answers, going on the allude to the domestic content law, which he said, he was going to bringing in to safeguard the interest and concerns of Ghanaian entrepreneurs.
Nduom was more focused, purposeful, and very straight to the point with respect to his answers.
Nduom had no experience in governing the country, he was always referring to himself, while his opponents, Prof.
Paa Kwesi Nduom was born at Elmina in the Central Region of Ghana.
In December 2007, Nduom was nominated by the CPP to contest the December 2008 presidential election.
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He is well known because he is a influential former member of Government and current Presidential Candidate in Ghana.
Dr Nduom is a leader of considerable experience and wisdom, and his Party is the heir of the great historical tradition of Dr Kwame Nkrumah.
Paa Kwesi Nduom has urged his fellow presidential candidates, to avoid the “politics of ethnicity” during their campaigns.
Dr Nduom was addressing a CPP rally at Bogoso in the Prestea Huni Valley District of the Western Region, where he introduced Lawyer Mubashir Tamimu Dari as the party’s parliamentary aspirant for the Prestea Huni Valley constituency.
Dr Nduom said rift the between the NPP and the NDC and its aftermath is not the best, and called on supporters of the CPP to campaign without insulting, shooting, killing and burning of houses.
Prior to serving Ghana as the Minister of Public Sector Reform, his most recent position, Nduom was Minister of Energy from 2003 to 2005, and Minister of Economic Planning and Regional Cooperation from 2001 to 2003.
Nduom received his high school diploma from Cokato High School in Cokato, Minn.
Paa Kwesi Nduom has declared that the party was working independently on the 2008 elections and beyond as a strong, vibrant and well organized political party.
VisionAt the least opportunity Dr Nduom has not hesitated to remind US of the imperative to campaign on ideas and issues.
Inclusive GovernmentDr Nduom has given all kinds of reasons to justify his close association with the NPP government.
On the other hand, Dr Nduom has acquired three hotels (Accra, Elmina and Obuasi) and one financial institution since 2001.
It is no secret that Dr Nduom is running an independent, personal campaign different from the party at the national level.
If even Nduom says all the right things in his political discourse, he is unlikely to win the hearts of CPP activists and convince them of his Nkrumaist credentials.
Yes, Dr Nduom was elected at the Party’s national congress; some say through deception, to become the flag-brearer, yet all he has been able to do is to move without the Party with him.
But Nduom said he aims to reconcile the party and make it attractive to the youth.
Nduom was born in Elmina on Sunday, February 15, 1953.
Nduom was also named Joseph Hubster Yorke Jr.
Papa Nduom is a well-known name in the Yorke family.
Nduom was instrumental in laying the foundation for what has become St.
Nduom was one of five blacks who were partners in 1986.
Nduom has also served as the Coordinator of Management Consulting for the African Region.
Nduom described as ‘agents for continuous business review and process renewal.
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Dr Nduom was speaking at a rally at Jacobu in the Amansie Central District on Tuesday, during which he introduced the party's parliamentary candidate for Odotobri, Mr Blessing Owusu as part of his tour of the Ashanti Region.
Dr Nduom said as a result of this, almost all state enterprises and factories, which were established during the era of Dr Kwame Nkrumah, had been sold or collapsed thus creating a high rate of unemployment.
Dr Nduom described the team as a blend of competent people with good corporate experience, good political experience and good professional experience.
Speaking to Samuel Bartels on the Citi Breakfast Show, Monday September 22, 2008, Mr Jantuah said the huge crowd that thronged the Holy Gardens did not understand the ideologies and philosophies of Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah but attended because they wanted to hear what Nduom has to say.
According to him Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom is preaching private ownership of property by foreigners as against public ownership of social property adopted by the first President of Ghana.
He said Dr Nduom wants to implement the CPPs agenda of bringing back the centralized control system of the economy and also buy back SOEs which according to him is a sharp contrast to the philosophies Dr Nduom supported when he was a Minister of State in the NPP government.
For instance, Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom was very instrumental in the sale of 60 percent shares of Ashanti Goldfields by the government he said.
He said, Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom is a contradiction of himself and therefore owes Ghanaians explanations in the sudden change of philosophies and ideologies.
Meanwhile, Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom has described the statements made by Dr Arthur Kennedy as very unfortunate.
Paa Kwesi Nduom has at all times shown vision in professional responsibility – giving all those who work for him in his private enterprise the freedom to fulfil their vocation.
Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom is eager to rebuild and strengthen our society for the benefit of all.
Paa Kwesi Nduom is prepared and ready for the leadership challenges and will address the current challenges, in an open minded, creative and thoughtful way.
Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom is a different kind of politician with a different notion of politics.
As a Member of Parliament and a Public Servant Paa Kwesi Nduom has worked with both NDC and NPP, not to compromise the CPP’s principles, but to get things done, bridge the divides, and make our only country Ghana a better place to live, visit and work in.
Papa Kwesi Nduom has committed his future CPP government to a Research into Cancer and heart related diseases, an enemy that is claiming the lives of our mothers and sisters in Ghana.
Paa Kwesi Nduom has pledged to build more Schools so that all children will go to schools with roofs over the building, books on desks, equally important, classrooms with teachers, teachers who are well motivated and up to the task of training the country’s future leaders.
Nduom had been a vociferous tribune against the all-too-commonsensical sale of the money-guzzling GT.
Nduom is a hardnosed American-trained economist and formidable entrepreneur who has spent most of his adult, and professional, life preaching and practicing thoroughgoing capitalism; and, indeed, it was through his staunch and near-fanatical espousal of Western capitalist culture that Paa Kwesi made his millions of dollars.
Nduom had unwisely decided to play politics with our national interest by daring the wisely reticent, albeit generously forthcoming, and deliberate Presidential Candidate of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo, to come out openly with a definitive policy statement on the GT sale debate.
Nduom said when he was born in February 1953, his father, Mr.
The Presidential Candidate of the Convention People’s Party (CPP), Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom has assured the people of the three Northern regions that a CPP government under his administration would create jobs that would pay living wages and salaries to enable Ghanaians live meaningful and decent lives.
Nduom was on a three-day tour of the Brong Ahafo and Northern Regions.
Paa Kwesi Nduom said in addition to his prayer and a song, he is also working very had to ensure victory.
But top officials of the party declared the election null and void on the premise that the Deputy Speaker had allegedly said that Paa Kwesi Nduom was incapable of winning the presidential vote.
Four years ago, Nduom was accused together with Blay and Kojo Armah, Member of Parliament for Jomoro of openly supporting President Kufuor in his bid to secure a second term.
Nduom said the party was constrained by inadequate resources which affected its campaign.
In Ghana, the minister of public sector reform, Paa Kwesi-Nduom said the government would, by the end of January, complete the installation of the biometric clock system.
Paa Kwesi-Nduom said the government wants to improve the conditions of work in the public sector to make it more efficient.
Former Minister for Public Sector Reform and sitting Member of Parlaiment for Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem Paa Kwesi Nduom has been elected 'one touch' as the Convention People's Party flagbearer for the 2008 general elections by the 1901 eligible delegates at the 3rd National Congress of the party in Kumasi.
Dr Nduom said his victory signifies that a new CPP has been born and that they were going to give both the New Patriotic Party and the National Democratic Congress a run for their money come next year.
Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom was elected flag bearer of the Convention People's Party (CPP) for Election 2008 at the Party's Delegates Congress held at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.