Lawyer Alfred Tuah-Yeboah, Ghana’s Deputy Attorney General (A-G) Designate, has advocated for Queen mothers in the various Traditional areas across the country to be actively involved in the activities of the National House of Chiefs.
The Deputy A-G nominee made this appeal during his vetting at Parliament House on Tuesday, June 15, 2021, stating that the relegation of Queen mothers to the background during consultative meetings at the National House of Chiefs is one that needs to be corrected, stating that their inputs and insights will go a long way in shaping policy implementation and decision making.
“Oueen mothers should participate actively in the National House of Chiefs. They have been relegated to deliberative cases at the National House of Chiefs, which should not be encouraged because their role is equally vital and important in making decisions and developing good policies.” He stated this.
After serving as the President of the ‘Brong Ahafo’ branch of the Ghana Bar Association (GBA) and a member of the GBA National Council, lawyer Alfred Tuah-Yeboah comes in as the Deputy Attorney General designate with extensive experience in legal practice and leadership qualities.
He holds an MSc. Defence and International Politics from the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College-Accra (2017), a Professional Law course – Ghana School of Law (2002), a Bachelor of Arts (Accounting and Law) from the University of Ghana- Legon (2000), a Diploma in Business Management from ICS, Glasgow, Scotland (2000), and a Bachelor of Arts (Accounting and Law) from the University of Ghana- Legon (2000).
Sunyani Secondary School GCE “A” Level (1995)
With his extensive leadership and legal experience, many expect him to be a success at the Ministry of Justice and the Attorney General’s Office.