Dramani Mahama, who took over as president of Ghana when John Atta Mills died, has chosen Kwesi Amissah-Arthur as his vice president. Gamissah-Arthur is the central bank governor. The nomination will now go before parliament's appointment committee for approval but the process is seen as a formality.
Amissah-Arthur has been governor of Ghana's Central Bank since October 2009 and has pushed through policies targeting growth and development in the cocoa, gold and oil producing nation.
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