TWUM

AcronymDefinition
TWUMTraveling Wave Ultrasonic Motor
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Twum's parents, business owners in Accra, Ghana, would send him $5,000 per semester to buy books and other necessities for his studies at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri.
Opinions: Clockwise, from left, Ruth Cotterell, Susan Winstanley, Alia Merchant, Maurice Lymer, Jacob Twum and Paul Jones.
Eventually, Nana Aria Boatemaa relinquished the chief's stool to one of her male heirs, Kwasi Ampofo (known in private life as Kwasi-Kwadwo, because he was born between midnight and dawn!) whose stool name became Nana Twum Ampofo II.
The Trade Minister was joined on the Kumasi trip by Charles Wiredu, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Madam Ama Amoah Twum, and officials of the Ministry of Trade and Industry
A deputy Minister for Education in charge Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Gifty Twum Ampofo, has declared that government will not relent on its efforts to provide free skill, technical and vocational training to its teaming youth as it is the surest way of guaranteeing jibs for them.
Henrietta Twum, popularly known as Maame Afia Konadu, former host of Peace FM's award-winning social-related programmes; 'Wo haw ne s?n?', 'Mpom Te S?n' and 'Asomdwee Nkom?', has passed onto eternal glory.
Gifty Twum Ampofo, Member of Parliament for Abuakwa North Constituency and former Deputy Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, is now Deputy Minister for Education; Hon.
Seth Twum Akwaboah, has also cautioned that speculations against the downward trend of the cedi could further affect its performance in the future.
Yaw Adu Twum, who received the items, expressed the Ministry's appreciation for the gesture, saying, it would help the government achieve it's 'Ghana Beyond Aid' vision.
Mr Twum Barimah, the Eastern Regional 2nd Vice Chairman of the NPP, on his part appealed to the youth to exercise patience and throw their support behind the government, as it rolls out various social interventions that are set to create job opportunities for them.
'It defeats common sense in the face of the Supreme Court's decision in the Agyei Twum case, particularly the decision of the venerable Ghanaian jurist, Professor Date Baah JSC, (as he then was) in that case.