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The Reason Why Akuffo Addo's Law Career Started in France

President Nana Addo Interview with French ambassador

An interview granted to the president of the Republic of Ghana,  Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo reveals the reason why his law career begins from France. 

His law career began in France as a young man in the last years of the presidency of Georges Pampidou according to the current president of Ghana. 

He has explained that he furthered his education in England and therefore so the need to go on with his education in another European country.  He, therefore; decided to choose France as his next country to be educated in. 

The president of the Republic of Ghana confessed to Anne Sophie,  France's ambassador to Ghana in an interview that he had lived and worked in France for five years. 

He also confessed that during the times that he was schooling at London,  he used to travel to France and that made him know about France to the extent that he wished to pursue his professional career over there.

He also disclosed to the ambassador that the school he attended was one of the high ranking schools that trained reputable lawyers.  

Not all, at the time that he was about to be enrolled in the school,  his father,  Edward Akuffo Addo was the president of the Republic of Ghana and he was willing to stay away from home. 
All these strengthened his decision to start his professional law career at France. 

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