The definition of politics varied from ones point of view to the other. Some people sees politics as a dirty game and a game of mind tricks. Others also sees politics an an adventure through which an economy or a country is managed. Political Career of Theresa Kufuor is in discussion. There are several questions going through peoples mind about how Theresa Kufuor becomes a First Lady in the in the history of Ghana in the fourth Republic.
Records indicated that, Theresa Kufuor wasn’t into active politics. She was working as a nurse and a midwife in Ghana. Through the influence and the political ambition of her husband John Agyekum Kufuor, Theresa Kufuor was spotted into Ghanaian politics where she did her very best to Ghanaians expectations.
Brief Into Kufuor’s Political career.
Agyekum Kufuor launched his political career In 1967. It was confirmed that he became chief legal officer and town clerk for the city of Kumai. By 1969 Kufuor was a member of Parliament and deputy foreign minister in the government of Kofi Abrea Busia.
Kufuor served as the Member of Parliament for Atwima Nwabiagya in (1969–72) and (1979–81) Republics. He is a founding member of the Progress Party which was established in Kofi Abrefa Busia’s house.
In the year 2000, Agyekum Kufuor emerged as the Flagbearer for the New Patriotic Party NPP and he became the second President in the History of Ghana under the 4th Republic. His Excellency John Agyekum Kufuor became the president of Ghana after 2000 elections and ruled Ghana for 8 years just as his predecessor the Late President Jerry John Rawlings under the 4th Republic.
Theresa Kufuor became very active in Ghanaian politics when her husband was going round embarking on series of campaigns in 2000. Agyekum Kufuor and his wife Theresa Kufuor became public figures after winning the elections and political functions was given to Theresa Kufuor to play. Through those political functions as the First Lady in Ghana from 2000 to 2008, Theresa Kufuor was able to transform and impact lives most especially when it comes to girl child education. Through all these, political career of Theresa Kufuor was noted and appreciated by Ghanaians.