PROFILE: Kwadwo Nyanpon Aboagye

Kwadwo Nyanpon Aboagye
Hon. Kwadwo Nyanpon Aboagye

Personal Details:

  • Full Name: Hon. Kwadwo Nyanpon Aboagye
  • Constituency: , Region
  • Hometown: Apesokubi, Biakoye District, Oti Region
  • Party: National Democratic Congress ()
  • Date of Birth: Monday, 13th November, 1950
  • Religion: Christian

Political Career:

  • Member of : Biakoye Constituency, Oti Region
    • Parliamentary Term: 7th Parliament ()
  • Party Affiliation: National Democratic Congress (NDC)


  • BSc. (ENG.) (Civil Engineering): 1975
  • GCE O and A Level, Science: 1971

Professional Background:

  • ABU (Site Engineer): Prior employment
  • Ghana Highway Authority:
    • Principal Engineer
    • Director
    • Chief Executive


Hon. Kwadwo Nyanpon Aboagye

Hon. Kwadwo Nyanpon Aboagye, the Member of Parliament for the Biakoye Constituency in the Oti Region, brings a wealth of experience to the political landscape.

Born on Monday, 13th November 1950, in Apesokubi, Biakoye District, he is a devout Christian affiliated with the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

His academic journey includes earning a BSc. in Civil Engineering in 1975, complemented by GCE O and A Level qualifications in Science achieved in 1971.

Before venturing into , Hon. Aboagye held key roles in the engineering sector, notably as a Site Engineer at ABU and later serving in various capacities at the Ghana Highway Authority, including roles as Principal Engineer, Director, and Chief Executive.

His dedication to public service extends to his role as a Member of Parliament, representing the Biakoye Constituency during the 7th Parliament.

Hon. Aboagye is associated with the National Democratic Congress, showcasing his commitment to the values and principles of the party.

Within the parliamentary arena, Hon. Aboagye is actively involved in shaping legislative decisions and policies. He is a member of the Special Budget Committee and the Roads and Transport Committee contributing to addressing critical issues related to budgetary matters and the development of transportation infrastructure.

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