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|11th Ghana Permanent Representative to the United Nations|
|President||Jerry Rawlings (till 2001)
John Kufuor (from 2001)
|Preceded by||Jack B. Wilmot|
|Succeeded by||Leslie Kojo Christian|
|Paramount Chief of Bompata Traditional Area|
|Alma mater||University of Ghana|
Effah-Apenteng attended the University of Ghana at Legon where he obtained a Bachelor's degree in Political science in 1968. He went on to achieve a Master’s degree in African Studies at the same university in 1970. While in the foreign service, he received a diploma in public administration from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration in 1974. He completed the Foreign Service Officers’ Course in International Relations at Oxford the following year.
Effah-Apenteng joined the Ghanaian Foreign Service in 1970 after his university education. He served in various capacities at various stations including Ghana's embassies in Moscow and Rome. He was actively involved in the organisation of the tenth Non-Aligned Movement Ministerial Conference held in Accra in 1991. He became Deputy Chief of Mission at the Ghanaian Embassy in Washington in the United States of America between 1993 and 1997. He then served as the Supervising Director of Administration at the Foreign Ministry in Ghana prior to his appointment as Permanent Representative to the United Nations.
Effah-Apenteng became the traditional ruler (paramount chief) of the Bompata Traditional Area of Ashanti in 1976.
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- "Nana Effah-Apenteng Elected Chairman of Fifth Committee", United Nations Information Service. URL last accessed on March 18, 2006.
- "Profile of Ambassador Nana Effah-Apenteng". Global Policy Forum. Retrieved 2010-04-30.
Jack B. Wilmot
|Permanent Representative of Ghana to the United Nations
2000 — 2007
Leslie Kojo Christian
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