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Kwame A Plus reacts to Akufo-Addo appointing new CEO for Mortuaries and Funeral Facilities Agency

President Akufo-Addo, has appointed Dr Yaw Twerefour as Registrar and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Mortuaries and Funeral Facilities Agency.

His appointment, made in accordance with Article 195(1) of the 1992 Constitution and Section 100(1) of the Health Institutions and Facilities Act, 2011 (Act 829), will see him in charge of the licencing, control, and regulation of facilities involved in the storage, transportation, and disposal of human remains.

The new appointee is a public health specialist and a medical practitioner with over ten years of experience.

He previously worked as the Medical Superintendent of Anyaa Polyclinic and in various capacities at Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital in the Western Region.

He has also served as an external consultant to the National Health Insurance Authority and has worked as a resident medical and COVID support doctor at GHACEM and other corporate institutions.

In view of this, Kwame A. Plus writes on his facebook page below:

"Me papa Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, me serɛ me bisa ooo, ahobraseɛ mu ara 🙏🏾. Mepawokyɛ ooo, abrantiɛ wei nadwuma paa ne sɛn? Ɔyɛ national chief mourner, anaa ɔno na ɔbɛ kyekyɛ ayiese jollof, anaa ɔyɛ national samaley coordinator? 😂

Agyewodin Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo. Wo yɛ too much wate... 😂"

Profile of Dr. Yaw Twerefour

Dr. Yaw Twerefour obtained his bachelor’s degree in medicine at First Moscow State Medical Academy.

He also holds Certificates in Occupational Health Safety (Nebosh International, United Kingdom) and Global Health Project Management and Leadership Management from the University of Washington in the United States.

Dr. Twerefour pursued postgraduate certificate courses in Health Administration and Management (HAM), Monitoring, and Evaluation, both at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Accra.



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