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Premier of Bermuda – Paula Cox is married to a Cameroonian

 

Premier Paula Ann Cox, JP, MP is the PLP MP for Constituency 14 – Devonshire North West.

Under the premiership of the Honourable Jennifer Smith, JP, MP, now Dame Jennifer Smith, Premier Paula Cox was appointed as the first PLP Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Public Safety. She and her father, the late C. Eugene Cox, JP, MP were unique as both were Ministers in the first PLP administration and the only serving father-daughter duo.

Premier Cox has gained respect across party lines for her brilliance as an articulate young lawyer and administrator. While the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Public Safety, she was named in the Bermudians’ Best of Bermuda Gold annual listing as the most effective politician for 2001.

She was appointed Minister of Education and Development on November 1, 2001.

Premier Cox is the only daughter of retired educator Mrs. F. Alinda Cox. She is married to a businessman from Cameroon, Mr. Germain Nkeuleu and she has two brothers, Jeremy Cox, the Supervisor of Insurance at the Bermuda Monetary Authority and Robert Cox, an electrical engineer, who currently works in the United States.

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Wow brother Germain your mother’s sister’s father-in-law’s cousin’s brother’s daugther’s cousin,  pgoretti is trying to get hold of you oh! Holla at a sister.

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This entry was posted on December 23, 2010 by in A lil bit of Politics, Our very own stars and tagged , , .
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