Ibrahim Nuhu Chibsah

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Ibrahim Nuhu Chibsah
MP for Old Tafo-Suame
In office
7 January 1993 – 6 January 1997
PresidentJerry John Rawlings
Preceded byNew
Succeeded byOsei Kyei Mensah Bonsu
Personal details
Born (1952-04-11) 11 April 1952 (age 69)
Ashanti Region, Ghana
Political partyNational Democratic Congress
Alma materAdabie Commercial Institute

Ibrahim Nuhu Chibsah born (11 April 1952) is a Ghanaian politician and a member of the first Parliament of the fourth Republic representing the Old Tafo Suame constituency in the Ashanti region.[1]

Early life and education[]

Ibrahim Nuhu Chibsah was born on 11 April 1952 at Old Tafo in the Ashanti region of Ghana. He attended the Adabie Commercial Institute in Kumasi and obtained his Road Safety Audit Stage 1 certificate after studying Commerce.[1]


Chibsah was first elected into Parliament on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress during the 1992 Ghanaian parliamentary election for the Old Tafo Suame constituency in the Ashanti region. He lost to Paul Yeboah R. K in the 1996 Parliamentary primaries.[2]


Chibsah is a clerk by profession and a former member of parliament for the Old Tafo Suame Constituency in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.[1]

Personal life[]

He is a Christian.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d Ghana Parliamentary Register 1992–1996
  2. ^ FM, Peace. "Ghana Election 1996 Results – Old Tafo / Suame Constituency". Ghana Elections – Peace FM. Retrieved 2 February 2021.
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