Hon. Sarah Adwoa Safo - Deputy majority leader of Parliament of Ghana.
According to Ghana goodness news portal GhanaPa.com, through GhanaSky.com analyst, it is only the metamorphosis in your life that can end the mockery, contempt or disdain.

The beauty of a woman gives her power and releases capacitors into their mind and their body become an insulator. That is the faculty of consciousness and thought.

Therefore, Hon. Lawyer Sarah Adwoa Safo - Deputy majority leader of Parliament of Ghana, is proud to show off her new look.

Members of Parliament may be under enchantress of this attractive and engaging personality Adwoa Safo.

She shared her photos on social media and requested friends to share her Official Facebook page.

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Hon. Sarah Adwoa Safo - Deputy majority leader of Parliament of Ghana.

Hon. Sarah Adwoa Safo - Deputy majority leader of Parliament of Ghana.

Biography of Lawyer Sarah Adwoa Safo:

GhanaPa.com can confirm that, Lawyer Adwoa Safo home schooled for her basic and Secondary school certificate.  Adwoa Safo then move on to University of Ghana, Legon.

Adwoa Safo holds an LLM from George Washington University.

Adwoa is a lawyer by profession and she is the current Deputy majority leader of Parliament of Ghana.

Discussing home schooling with Hon. Adwoa Safo, MP for Dome Kwabenya constituency & Mrs Doreen Lokko on Viasat 1 Ghana.

Having been at the Bar for seven (7) years, she currently owns a legal firm, AS, AA & CITI - LAW, KANTANKA CHAMBERS which she established in 2009 with her area of specialty, (Public Procurement Law).

In 1999, she became a member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). And in the 2001-2002 academic year at the Faculty of Law, she served as the vice – president of the Law Students Union (L.S.U) and a member of the Judicial Committee and was also a member of the Volta Hall.

In 2008, she contested the Dome – Kwabenya constituency primaries but lost to the incumbent MP, but her commitment and dedication to the party have been unflinching, in spite of the loss.

From GhanaPa.com, this young woman who believes that it is now her turn to serve the people of Dome and Ghana.

Source: GhanaPa.com - Goodness Of Ghana News Portal.

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