Paul Kwadwo Baffoe Bonnie

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Paul Kwadwo Baffoe-Bonnie

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Goase Mempeasem

Paul Kwadwo Baffoe-Bonnie is a Ghanaian Supreme Court Judge.

He was born Goase Mempeasem, Ghana to Opanyin Baffoe-Bonnie from Sewua in the Bosomtwe district and Ama Kyerewaa from Breman in Kumasi. He attended the Goaso Local Authority primary and middle schools obtaining a Middle School Leaving Certificate in the 1960s. He also attended the Konongo Odumase Secondary School for his GCE Ordinary Level and GCE Advanced Level certificates and then proceed to the University of Ghana and the Ghana Law School.

In 1981, he was called to the bar. He worked as a Circuit Court Judge in Kumasi and served as High Court Judge at Duayaw Nkwanta. Prior to his appointment as a Supreme Court Judge by the President of Ghana John Kufuor in June 2008, he served as an Appeals Court judge.

Paul Kwadwo Baffoe-Bonnie was on the panel of Supreme Court Judges who ruled against a petition where the New Patriotic Party asked for about four million votes to be scrapped after it was alleged to be tampered with in the 2012 Ghanaian general election.

He is married to Pat and his daughter is a medical doctor.

He is the brother of Kwasi Saint Baffoe-Bonnie, who owns Network Broadcasting Company Limited that runs Radio Gold FM in Ghana.