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Nayon Bilijo

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President  John Dramani Mahama
Constituency  Saboba
Preceded by  new
Majority  4,716
Name  Nayon Bilijo

Nayon Bilijo Interview with Ghanas Minister for Fisheries Nayon Bilijo YouTube
Education  Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Political party  National Democratic Congress

Preceded by  Moses Mabengba Bukari
Succeeded by  Charles Binipom Bintin

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Nayon Bilijo is a Ghanaian agriculture and forestry consultant and politician. He was the Minister for Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development in Ghana from February 2013 to December 2016.



Nayon Bilijo studied Agricultural Economics at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology at Kumasi in Ghana where he graduated with a B. Sc. degree in 1979.


Bilijo worked with the Agricultural Development Bank of Ghana for ten years. In 1990, he joined the Internal Revenue Service and worked at the Office of Revenue Commissioners. He also worked for the Clark Sustainable Resource Developments Limited as the Director, Strategic Relationships where he was involved with underwater logging of the Volta Lake. Bilijo has also worked in other capacities with the Upper Region Agricultural Development Programme (URADEP) of the Ministry of Agriculture and the Upper West Commerce Association at Wa.


Bilijo is a member of the National Democratic Congress. He was appointed Deputy Minister for Lands and Forestry by President Rawlings in his government in 1996. He later became Member of Parliament for Saboba after winning the seat with a majority of 4,716 in the December 2000 elections. He served on the Foreign Affairs as well as the Lands and Forestry committees. He was appointed by President Mahama in his first government after winning the Ghanaian general election.


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