George Commey Mills-Odoi

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George Commey Mills-Odoi was the first Ghanaian Attorney General of the Republic of Ghana. He is a retired supreme court judge and the first Ghanaian to hold the dual offices of Solicitor-General and Director of Public Prosecutions.[1]

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  1. ^ "To the memory of George Mills-Odoi". justice-millsodoi.memory-of.com. Retrieved 17 July 2010. .