|Togbe Afede XIV|
|Reign||October 4, 2003 – present|
|Coronation||October 4, 2003|
|Predecessor||Togbe Afede Asor II|
23 April 1957
Volta Region, Dominion of Ghana
|Father||Cpl. Patrick Akpo|
|Mother||Madam Rose Anyawoe|
Togbe Afede XIV (born James Akpo on 23 April 1957) is the Agbogbomefia of the Asogli State, President of Asogli Traditional Area, and former President of the National House of Chiefs.
Togbe Afede XIV was born as James Akpo in Ho on 23 April 1957 to Corporal Patrick Akpo and Madam Rose Anyawoe. His twin brother, Philip, passed away at a young age.
He began his education at Ho Bankoe Roman Catholic Boys School in 1961 and then entered Kpedze Secondary School in 1969, successfully completing his GCE “O” Level in 1974. He then proceeded to Labone Secondary School in Accra where he excelled in the GCE “A” Level examination in 1976.
Togbe Afede XIV is an alumnus of University of Ghana where he obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration qualification in Accounting in 1979. He also holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management in 1989.
Togbe is the executive chairman of World Trade Centre Accra and was voted member of the board of directors of the World Trade Centre in 2015.Togbe founded SAS Finance Group Ltd, constituting Strategic African Securities Ltd, a stock brokerage and corporate finance advisory firm, and SAS Investment Management Ltd, an asset management firm. He also founded Strategic Initiatives Ltd (SIL) a portfolio and private equity investment firm, and co-founded Sunon Asogli Power Ghana Ltd, Databank Financial Services and Africa World Airlines Ltd.
He is also a co-pilot of the Embraer 145 aircraft of Africa World Airlines which he piloted for the first landing at Ho Airport in April 2021.
|Board Member||World Trade Centers Association||2015–Present|
|Chairman||Pioneer Kitchenware Ltd||2006–Present|
|Chairman||Accra Hearts of Oak FC Ltd||2011–Present|
|Co-chairman||Africa World Airlines||2010–Present|
|Chairman||National Investment Bank||2017-2019|
|Board Member||Bank of Ghana||2003-2013|
|Board Member||Aluworks Ghana Ltd||2002–Present|
|Board Member||Ensign College of Public Health|
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