Clement Kofi Humado
Clement Kofi Humado
|Member of the Ghanaian Parliament
|Preceded by||Victor Gbeho|
|Minister for Food and Agriculture|
2013 – 16 July 2014
|President||John Dramani Mahama|
|Preceded by||Kwesi Ahwoi|
|Succeeded by||Fiifi Fiavi Franklin Kwetey (MP)|
|Born||18 December 1953|
|Political party||National Democratic Congress|
|Alma mater||University of Ghana|
Early life and education
Humado was born to the late John Kobla Humado and his wife Grace Abla Humado. They both hailed from Alakple in the Keta Municipality of the Volta Region of Ghana. He graduated from the University of Ghana at Legon in 1976 where he studied Animal Science and Agricultural Extension. He obtained a Graduate Diploma in Agricultural Administration four years later at the same university. In 1985, he completed a Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Sector Projects and Programmes course at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, England. He also did other Certificate coursed in 1989 at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration and in Finance in 1998 at the University of Reading in the United Kingdom.
Humado has worked in various capacities and as a consultant in agriculture and finance in various organisations.
He entered politics in 2000 when he joined the Alakple branch of the National Democratic Congress. He won the Anlo parliamentary seat in the December 2004 parliamentary election. He was appointed by President Mills during a cabinet reshuffle in January 2011.
- Anlo (Ghana parliament constituency)
- List of Mills government ministers
- National Democratic Congress
- "Volta - Members of Parliament - Profile: Hon. Clement Kofi Humado (NDC) (Anlo)". GhanaDistricts.com. Retrieved 2011-02-23.
- "Elections 2004 - Ghana´s Parliamentary and Presidential Elections" (pdf). Electoral Commission of Ghana. Retrieved 2011-02-23.
- "Cabinet reshuffle: Zita dropped, Betty for education". Ghana Home Page. 2011-01-04. Retrieved 2011-02-23.
|Parliament of Ghana|
James Victor Gbeho
|MP for Anlo
2005 — present
|Minister for Youth and Sports
2011 — 2013
Elvis Afriyie Ankrah
|Minister for Food and Agriculture
2013 — 2014
Fiifi Fiavi Franklin Kwetey