Ghanaian self-made millionaire, Dr. Kwabena Duffuor’s children are all grownups and well-established and heads of his various companies. Let’s meet his wife and kids.
Dr. Kwabena Duffuor is a prominent Ghanaian who served as the former Finance Minister. Currently, he is among the four persons who have so far picked up nomination forms to contest in the National Democratic Congress’ flagbearership race slated for May 13, 2023.
The four persons who have so far picked up the forms include former President John Dramani Mahama, former Finance Minister, Dr. Kwabena Duffuor, former Mayor of Kumasi, Kojo Bonsu, and businessman, Ernest Kwaku Krobea, per CitiNewsRoom.
On Thursday, May 9, 2023, Dr. Duffour filed an interlocutory injunction against the party following what he says are some discrepancies his team has identified in the party’s voters register to be used for the exercise, per MyJoyOnline. In a writ filed at an Accra High Court, Dr. Duffour indicated that the party failed to provide the required photo album register five weeks ahead of the elections as stated in the party’s rules. He stated that a partial photo album register was given to his team on May 4, a few days ahead of the elections rather than in March when they had submitted a request for one.
On Friday, September 10, 2021, Ghanaians saw how eager he is to become the head of the country as BrytFMOnline reports that Dr. Duffour visited the Jewish House of Prayer to seek the favor of God for his new political journey.
The former governor of the Bank of Ghana, and the owner of Excellence in the Broadcasting (EIB) Network, Dr. Duffour’s life has been well documented on the internet but his family and personal life remain not well tackled. Here’s everything we know about Dr. Kwabena Duffour’s wife and children.
Who is Dr. Kwabena Duffour’s wife?
With his political career and his new journey in politics making waves on the internet, Dr. Duffuor is a devoted husband and a father.
Dr. Kwabena Duffour is married to Nana Akosua Fosuah.
What Nana Akosua Fosuah does for a living remains unknown and not only that, her age, tribe, place of birth, and more are unclear.
Interestingly, Dr. Duffour’s wife is as private as himself. In fact, since he gained fame in the political game in Ghana, there haven’t been many controversies about him and even his assets (house and cars) have not been sighted by Ghanaians yet.
If her husband becomes president, Nana Akosua Fosuah would be Ghana’s First Lady from January 7, 2025.
Together with her husband, they have five children.
Who are Dr. Kwabena Duffour’s children?
Dr. Duffour is a father of 5 kids; three sons and twin daughters. He shares all his children with his wife Nana Akosua Fosuah.
The names of his children are Kofi Duffour, Kwabena Duffour Jnr., Boatemaa Panin Duffour, and Kakra Akosua Duffuor-Nyarko.
All of the politician-businessman’s children are in the Duffour family’s business.
Two of his sons, Kofi and Kwabena, play key roles in the family business. Kofi is the Managing Director of Star Assurance, while Kwabena is the Chief Operating Officer at UniBank.
Dr. Duffour’s twin daughters are all CEOS of StarLife Assurance and Star Assurance. The names of his twin girls are Kakra Duffuor-Nyarko and Boatemaa Barfour-Awuah. Both women are respected voices in decision-making and as a result, serve on a host of prestigious boards both locally and internationally.
Akosua Duffour plays a major role at UniCredit while Boatemaa Duffour-Nyarko also plays a major role at UniCredit and also serves on the board of Star-Life Assurance.
Boatemaa Barfour-Awuah, the older twin got her bachelor’s degree in history and politics from the University of Leicester. She also holds 2 Master of Science degrees in Management and in Finance and Accounting, both from the University of Southampton and is a product of The Chartered Institute of Insurance, UK. She is now the CEO of Star Assurance after 9 years of functioning in the capacity of Executive Director for Strategy and Business Intelligence. Starting from the legal unit, she has been in the accounts unit, broker relations unit, and a few others to get to the CEO position.
Kakra Duffuor-Nyarko, the younger twin is the Chief Executive Officer of StarLife Assurance Company Limited, per Edward Asare. She has an economics degree from the University of Warwick in the UK and is one of the few female actuaries in Ghana after getting a Postgraduate Diploma in Actuarial Science and an MSc in Actuarial Management from Cass Business School in London. Kakra has risen through the ranks to get to her current position. Starting as an Actuarial Manager, she has been an executive director and an acting chief executive officer.