Angela Oforiwa Alorwu-Tay Biography
Angela Oforiwa Alorwu-Tay is the MP for Afadjato South, Volta Region. She was one of the five women elected out of nine that contested during the 2016 general elections in the Volta Region.
She was preceded by Joseph Amenowode. She served as a secretary at Unique Insurance CO. between the duration of 1999 to 2003. She also operated as a Manager at Tahnaf Service between 2004 and 2012
Angela Oforiwa Alorwu-Tay holds Bsc. Sociology and History (Sociology and History.)
Angela Oforiwa’s Hometown
Angela Oforiwa Alorwu-Tay is a native of Nyagbo Droe.
Angela Oforiwa’s Age.
Angela Alorwu -Tay was born on 16 April 1970. She is fifty-one (51) years old as of 2022.
Angela Oforiwa’s Net worth
Angela Oforiwa’s net worth is not available but she has attained lots of worth which is credited to her profession as a manager, practitioner and administrator.
Angela Oforiwa’s Education
Hon. Angela has a BA from the University of Ghana, a diploma from West Africa Computer Science Institute and a GCE O’level from Nkonya Secondary School.
She also has an MA degree in Democracy, Governance, Law & Development from the University of Cape Coast.
In Parliament, Angela Oforiwa Alorwu-Tay serves on Special Budget Committee, Employment, Social Welfare and State Enterprise Committee.
Angela Oforiwa’s Children
Hon. Angela has two (2) children.
Angela Oforiwa’s husband
Hon. Angela Allorwu-Tay is widowed with two children.
Angela Oforiwa’s Parents
The names of Hon. Angela Allorwu -Tays parents are not known since there are no data disclosed about them.
Angela Oforiwa’s Leadership and political career
In 2015, she contested and won the NDC parliamentary seat for the Afadjato South Constituency in the Volta Region and polled 5,138 votes to beat Mr Reuben Kornu with 1,419 votes, Miss Kafui Takyi with −1,366 votes, Mr Eben Kay Hodo – 820 votes, Mr Victus Agbesi with 577 votes and Miss Susie Adoboe with 559 votes.
She also advocates for the gender parity issue Ghana is facing and holds the current government of Ghana to redeem his campaign promise of 30% women in his cabinet.