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Francis Asuah Amalemah

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Francis Asuah Amalemah is a Ghanaian politician and member of the first parliament of the second republic of Ghana representing the Nzema West constituency under the membership of the People's Action Party (PAP).

Early life and education

Francis was born in 1934. He attended the University of Cape Coast (UCC), the University of Dakar, and L'Institute de Touraine, where he obtained a Teachers' Training Certificate, and his Bachelor of Arts in Education in French respectively. He later worked as a teacher and farmer before going into Parliament.

Career and Politics

Amalemah is a farmer and a teacher by profession. He began his political career in 1969 when he became the parliamentary candidate for the People's Action Party (PAP) to represent the Nzima West constituency prior to the commencement of the 1969 Ghanaian parliamentary election.

He was sworn into office as a member of the First Parliament of the Second Republic of Ghana on 1 October 1969, after being pronounced winner at the 1969 Ghanaian election held on 26 August 1969. His tenure of office as a member of parliament ended on 13 January 1972.