Let's learn about Sarah Adwoa Safo, a lawyer, and politician whose Tiktok profile remained unavailable after backlash from Parliament.

Sarah Adwoa Safo, a former MP turned TikTok star, has become the buzz of Ghana in recent months due to her deeds and inactions on social media.

What Happened To Sarah Adwoa Safo Tiktok?

Sarah Adwoa Safo has removed her Tik Tok page just hours after being put to the sword by Kennedy Agyapong, a ballistic legislator.

According to GhanaWeb, Adwoa Safo, the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, had a known TikTok account with the username @sarahadwaosafo that had over 12,000 followers with only three videos as of last week.

Safo's persistent absence from Parliament has been criticized by fellow New Patriotic Party (NPP) legislator who has accused her of sabotaging the party.

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Sarah Adwoa Safo Profile Unavailable After Backlash From Other Parliament

In one of his recent outbursts, Agyapong referred to the social networking site where Sarah Adwoa Safo had previously posted three videos, blasting her and telling her to instead compete for a spot on TikTok.

According to the ACWP, the attacks on Adwoa Safo, one of the few women in Parliament, are meant to discredit her in the eyes of the public.

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Sarah Adwoa Safo Wikipedia

Sarah Adwoa Safo is listed on the official page of Wikipedia, and it includes information regarding Sarah's early life and career.

Safo is a Member of Parliament for the New Patriotic Party, representing the Dome Kwabenya Constituency in Ghana's Greater Accra Region. 

She received home tutoring and completed her GCE A-Level in 1998. Adwoa enrolled in the University of Ghana Faculty of Law at 17 and graduated with a Bachelor of Law degree in 2002.

In her final year, Safo was the vice-president of the Law Students Union. She went on to the Ghana School of Law and, at the age of 22. She was admitted to the Bar in October 2004.

Sarah Adwoa graduated from George Washington University with a master's degree in law. In 2017, she was named Minister of State for Government Procurement.