|District Chief Executive
South Dayi District
|Succeeded by||Kafui Bekui|
|Political party||New Patriotic Party|
|Alma mater||University of Ghana|
Boachie-Danquah worked in various administrative roles prior to engaging in politics. She was nominated by President John Kufuor in 2005 for the position of District Chief Executive of the newly created South Dayi District. She remained in this position until the Kufuor government was replaced following the Ghanaian presidential election in December 2008. She was subsequently replaced with Kafui Bekui, a fish scientist, in 2009 by President Mills.
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|New title||South Dayi District Chief Executive
2005 – 2009
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