Kafui Bekui

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Semenu Kafui Bekui
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District Chief Executive
South Dayi District
Assumed office
July 2009
President John Atta Mills
Preceded by Woyiram Boakye-Danquah
Personal details
Born Ghana
Nationality Ghanaian
Political party National Democratic Congress
Profession Fish scientist
Religion Christianity

Semenu Kafui Bekui is the District Chief Executive of the South Dayi District in the Volta Region of Ghana.

Kafui Bekui worked as a fish scientist with the Ministry of Food and Agriculture in Ghana before going into politics.[1] He was based at the Volta Regional Agricultural Development Programme (VORADEP) at Ho.[2] He was nominated for the position of District Chief Executive by President John Atta Mills[3] after his initial nominee, Mrs Perpetual Grace Annan, was rejected by the South Dayi District Assembly.[4] He was given his Instrument of Appointment formally at Ho in July 2009 by the regional minister, Joseph Amenowode.[5]


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Political offices
Preceded by
Woyiram Boakye-Danquah
District Chief Executive South Dayi District