Ignatius Kutu Acheampong

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Ignatius Kutu Acheampong
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6th Head of state of Ghana*
In office
13 January 1972 5 July 1978
Political offices
Preceded by Head of state of Ghana
1972–1978
Succeeded by
Fred Akuffo
Head of state
Preceded by
Kofi Busia
Prime Minister
Preceded by
J. Kwesi Lamptey
Minister for Defence
1972–?
Succeeded by
?
Preceded by Minister for Finance and Economic Affairs
1972–?
Succeeded by
Preceded by Minister for Information
1969-1971
Succeeded by
Colonel C.R. Tachie Menson