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Lawyer Kissi Agyebeng has been approved by Parliament after the Appointment Committee recommended him for approval.

The Appointments Committee of Parliament gave him a unanimous approval bare an hour after his five-hourlong vetting.

Agyebeng becomes the second and youngest so far to occupy the position after the resignation of Martin Amidu in October 2020.

He was awarded the Bentsi-Enchill prize for a best graduating student of the University of Ghana School of Law in 2001.

He started off his career as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Ghana Law School.

He started off his career as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Ghana Law School.

Kissi Agyebeng was called to the Ghana Bar in October 2003

He has a Master of Laws (LLM) degrees from Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Canada, and Cornell Law School, USA.

Kissi Agyebeng has been a lecturer at the institution since October 2006

He has been teaching and researching Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law, International Law, Corporate Law, and Legal Research and Writing at the UG Law School.

Agyabeng earned the E.N. Sowah Memorial prize for best student in Family Law

He has been teaching and researching Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law, International Law, Corporate Law, and Legal Research and Writing at the UG Law School.

Agyabeng earned the E.N. Sowah Memorial prize for best student in Family Law

He has successfully argued numerous cases before the superior courts of Ghana

He has participated in several international arbitration hearings

He has consulted for public sector institutions, including the Attorney General’s Department, Exim Bank Ghana Ltd, YEA, NLA, GNPC, Trade Fair Company Limited, and the Ghana Olympic Committee.

Kissi is also Associate at the African Center for Cyber Law and Cyber Crime Prevention, and the National Moot Court Coordinator

He was the Vice-Chair of the Appeals Committee of the Ghana Football Association.

He is the Chairman of the Electronic Communications Tribunal who oversees the affairs and adjudication of appeals at the Tribunal

Kissi Agyebeng is the Managing Partner of Cromwell Gray LLP.

He is now Ghana’s second and youngest Special Prosecutor replacing Martin Amidu.

Akuffo Dampare begins work as IGP; Egyir also starts work as Director-General of Prisons service ]

Dr Greorge Akuffo Dampare has begun to lead the Ghana Police Service as the Inspector General of Police, (IGP) per earlier instructions from the presidency.

Aside from him, the Deputy Director-General of Prisons (DDGP), Isaac Kofi Egyir, has also assumed office acting as the Director-General of the Ghana Prisons Service. 51-year-old Dr.

Akuffo Dampare now becomes Ghana’s 30th IGP and is the youngest acting IGP to be appointed in the Fourth Republic and the eighth youngest since Ghana gained independence.

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