Kwasi Anin Yeboah was born on May 1953, he is a Ghanaian lawyer and the current Chief Justice of Ghana. In December 2019, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo nominated Justice Anin-Yeboah as the Chief Justice of Ghana.
Anin Yeboah was born in Toase in the Ashanti Region of Ghana .He attended Amaniampong Secondary School and Apam Secondary School and then moved to the University of Ghana and the Ghana School of Law where he graduated in 1981.
Legal Career in Ghana
- After graduating from law school he served as an Assistant state Attorney at the Attorney General Office Koforidua.
- He proceeded to work as a partner at Afisem chambers at its koforidua Branch.
- He was later elected as the Eastern Regional Bar President.
- He served as a Justice of the Court of Appeal (2003-2008) and the High Court (2002-2003) in Ghana.
- Justice Anin Yeboah has also provided his legal experience to football in his country, serving as Chairman of the Appeal Committee at the Ghana Football Association from 2004 to 2008.
- He is currently the chairman of the Legal Aid Board and Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee of The General Legal Council of Ghana.
- Anin-Yeboah was appointed to the Supreme Court of Ghana by President John Kufuor in June 2008.
- Justice Anin Yeboah is currently the fourth longest-serving Justice of the Supreme Court.
Appointment as Chief Justice
- He rose to become a member of the adjudicatory chamber of FIFA and he was subsequently appointed in May 2017, as Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee of the 67th FIFA Congress in Bahrain
- Chairman of the FIFA Ethics Committee, a body primarily responsible for investigating possible infringements of the FIFA Code of Ethics.
- He is also the current Chairman of the Legal aid board.
- Anin Yeboah has also served in the Confederation of African Football (CAF)
- In September 2019, he was named onto the CAF/FIFA Reform Implementation Taskforce team for African football.