Mr. Godfred Dame is a lawyer by profession and currently the Attorney General and Minister of Justice of Ghana.
He is one of President Akufo-Addo‘s best-performing Ministers.
Notable achievements are Woyome Gargantuan, National Cathedral, Eurobond, Martin Amidu qualification, Electoral Commission’s New Register Brouhaha, and Amewu’s exparte motion.
He served on the Legal Service Board, the Ministerial Advisory Board of the Ministry of Justice, the Board of the University of Ghana Medical Centre, and the Board of the Public Procurement Authority.
Mr. Dame, between 2009 and 2017, served as the Vice-Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association.
Godfred Yeboah Dame has a background in Media Law, Constitutional Law, Human Rights, and Company Law.
Godfred has bagged all 10 landmark cases pursued(as lead counsel) in public practice and has also won a good number of high-profile cases in private practice.
He has served as a legal advisor and advocates in many capacities.
In 2017, Godfred Dame was appointed Deputy Attorney-General and Deputy Minister for Justice of Ghana, a position he holds to date.
Date of Birth
Born on June 5, 1979
Godfred Yeboah Dame obtained his GCE Ordinary Level and Advanced Level Certificates from Adisadel College between 1989 and 1996.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB) in 2001. He proceeded to the Ghana School of Law from where he obtained his professional law qualification in 2003.
On being called to the Bar in October 2003, Godfred Yeboah Dame commenced his professional law practice with the firm of Messrs. Akufo-Addo, Prempeh & Co., a law firm in Ghana, specializing in various aspects of civil litigation.
He is a Christian and married to Dr. Joycelyn Assimeng Dame.
They have two children.
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