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Bernard Anbataayela Mornah

Bernard Anbataayela Mornah, born on February 28, 1973, in Abeka, Accra, is a man of many talents and accomplishments; A farmer, athlete, political activist, advocate, and internationalist/ Pan-Africanist with a strong aversion to injustice everywhere.

He holds a Master’s in International Development and Economics from the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (University of Applied Science) Berlin, Germany, and a BA in Economics and Sociology from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana in 2003.

Mornah’s roots as a farmer have helped shape his understanding of the importance of local development and self-sustainability. This background has fueled his dedication to researching and addressing public policy issues throughout his career.

Man of The People

Professionally, Mornah is the Vice President of Saharan Economic and Financial Consortium, and Chairman of YIRIYELA Ent. He has also served as the secretary of the ECOWAS Interim steering committee of Forum of West African Political Parties (FOWAPP).

Mornah’s political journey has been closely tied to his involvement with the People’s National Convention (PNC). He played an influential role in organizing the youth to become equal players in political discourses, facilitating the training of youth campaign teams, and developing long-term programs of actions for political parties. Mornah founded the Tertiary Institutions Functionaries of the PNC and rose to become the National Youth Organizer, later serving as the General Secretary then National Chairman.

Mornah has extensive experience working in both public and private institutions, including the Regional Coordinating Council, Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Law Associate, Beacon Insurance Company, Institute for Policy Alternatives, Ghana, FES/Youth Agenda in Kenya, and more. His diverse professional background has enabled him to bring valuable insights and expertise to various organizations and initiatives.

He has played influential roles in organizing youth campaigns and developing programs for political parties, drawing inspiration from Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. Mornah’s work as a political leader and his commitment to improving the lives of those in need have made him a passionate advocate for Africa’s liberation and unity.

In his evolving career, Mornah seeks to synergize and network with entities across the world for the benefit of better policies. His diverse background as a farmer, economist, politician, and businessperson has made him a constant guest on various media houses in Ghana, where he shares his expertise and insights.

Mornah’s life experiences, including the separation of his parents and financial instability during his childhood, shaped his empathy and dedication to advocating for the less fortunate. His drive for personal and professional growth reflects his commitment to creating positive change and fostering unity throughout Africa.

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In 1992 I formed the Business Students Club which later was to be replicated in other secondary schools in the region.

I would like to mention from the outset that Ms Kathrin Meissner has been instrumental in my attaining this stage of my education. Her enigmatic and constant encouragement remains legendary. After several years of failed attempts to gain admission in Ghana to do a Masters programme, I opted to apply for MA in international and Development Economics in Berlin, I was offered conditional admission. I was fortunate to be among 28 students selected from over 350 applicants worldwide

Early Childhood

At vero eos et accusamus et iusto odio digni goiku ssimos ducimus qui blanditiis praese. Ntium voluum deleniti atque corrupti quos.

1988 - 1990

Went to School in Sankana and continued basic education in Kaleo.

1990 - 1993

Was admitted to Form Two (2c) in the second term at Lawra Secondary.

1994 - 2004

Dad passed away in 1994, while mum passed away in 2004. Unfortunately, Francis was called to eternity in 2002.

28th Feb, 1973

Born in Abeka, Accra alongside two other brothers: - Francis Kuunbaaredogee and Dekuwmini to Mr. M. K. Mwinibalaarah Mornah and Madam Paulina Blendy.

1993 - 1995

Gained admission into Tamale Secondary School for my Sixth Form education where I joined the school cadet and rose to the rank of plateau sergeant.

2000 - 2003

Entered the University of Cape Coast in 2000 to start a BA degree in Sociology and Economics.

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A courageous leader of character and mettle able to stand up and take control of the resources of the nation for the benefit of the people.

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