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Goosie Augustus Obuadum Tanoh

Goosie Augustus Obuadum Tanoh (born 7 February 1956) is a Ghanaian politician and international businessman who has served in both public and private sectors in his country Ghana. He was the leader of the National Reform Party, a breakaway group from the National Democratic Congress between 1999 and 2007 and represented this party in the 2000 presidential election, where he garnered 1.1% of the national vote. He returned to the National Democratic Congress with his colleagues from the National Reform Party at the behest and upon several appeals made by the late President John Atta Mills in 2007/2008. Tanoh is originally a founding member of the National Democratic Congress.

Tanoh holds a Bachelor of Law and Master of Law degrees from the University of Ghana and Northwestern University Law School in Chicago, Illinois, United States. He also holds a Certificate in Finance for Oil Industry Management (IHRDC) Washington DC, U.S.A.

Source: Wikipedia.