Professor Dominic Fobih, former Minister of Education and an active member of NPP’s biography has been revealed below.
Professor Dominic Fobih
He was born on 16th July, 1942. He is currently 80 years old. He will 81 years in July, 2023.
Assin Jakai in Assign South in the Central region
Professor Dominic is married to one wife even though some believe that he has nine wives.
He is married with 9 children
He obtained his PhD in Educational psychology at the University of Alberta in Canada in the year 1979
He is a Christian and a member of the Roman Catholic church
Dominic was a lecturer at the University of Cape Coast in the Central Region of Ghana.
He is the current board chairman of Ghana Education Trust fund (GETFUND)
Fobih was elected as a member of parliament during the 2004 Ghanaian general elections of the fourth parliament of the fourth republic of Ghana in the Assin South Constituency. He retained his seats as a member of parliament for the fifth and sixth parliament of the fourth republic of Ghana in the 2008 and 2012 Ghanaian general elections respectively on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party. He was also a cabinet Minister of Lands, Forestry and Mines during Ex-President John Agyekum Kufour regime. He was also the Minister of Education.
WHY IS HE TRENDING
Professor Dominic Fobih, former Minister of Education, is trending because there has been some reports that he is married to nine wives. He has however reacted to these rumours in town with a simple answer.
He revealed that he just got married and there is no truth in what some media houses are saying.
“I don’t have nine wives, I have one wife, I just got married. I didn’t have a wife before so I’ve just got married. Who in Ghana has nine wives. If anybody is commenting on nine wives the person has been misled. Those who are commenting are commenting on what they’ve read and that is borne out of ignorance,” Prof. Fobih said in an interview with Starr FM.
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He added that he married for himself and not for anyone else.
“I’m a very strong-willed person and I’m always convinced about what I decide to do and is best for me. I know why I’m doing this and so they can tell all sort of things. I didn’t marry for anybody, I married for myself,” Prof. Fobih added.