Mayor Peter Bossman of Piran in Slovenia on TheAfricanDream.net

Peter Bossman
Peter Bossman photo courtesy Matej Družnik:Delo

Peter Bossman is a Ghanaian-born Slovenian medical doctor and politician. He is currently serving as mayor of Piran, a city and municipality in Slovenian Istria in south-western Slovenia.

Peter is a member of the centre-left Social Democrats party that defeated the incumbent mayor at the time, Tomaž Gantar, in the October 2010 mayoral election to become Slovenia’s and Eastern Europe’s first black Mayor.

In 2011 he was also appointed to the Committee of the Regions of the European Union.

The Europe-based correspondent of TheAfricanDream.net, Isaac Agbasi in the first week of June 2017 interviewed Mayor Bossman in his office in Piran. Isaac is a youth empowerment activist originally from Ghana who is now pursuing graduate programs in International Studies in Italy. Isaac traveled to Piran in Slovenia to interview Peter Bossman for this TheAfricanDream show.

The Mayor of Piran is also an old student of Mfantsipim Secondary School in Cape Coast, Ghana.

TheAfricanDream.net invites you to watch, share, comment or enjoy the video below as Isaac Agbasi takes us on a journey into the life of Peter Bossman on in this interview produced by Oral Ofori, Founder of TheAfricanDream.net and friends.

Souce: www.TheAfricanDream.co

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