Amankwah Nicholas 

Amankwah Nicholas 

This is the timeline of the member of parliament for Amenfi East Constituency 


20 May 1984


Amankwah Nicholas was born on May 20, 1984, in Wassa Akropong, Ghana.


17 August 2011


In 2011, he earned his Higher National Diploma (HND) in Accounting, equipping him with the necessary knowledge and skills to navigate the complex financial landscape of public service.


03 August 2016

Professional Experience

Before embarking on his political career, Nicholas Amankwah worked in the Ministry of Local Government, where he served as a District Chief Executive (DCE) for the Wassa Amenfi East District Assembly, which has since become the Wassa Amenfi East Municipal Assembly. His tenure as DCE, which spanned from 2016 to 2017, was marked by a commitment to community development and a dedication to improving the lives of the people he served.


03 August 2019

Political Career

Nicholas Amankwah's political journey gained momentum when he decided to run for the parliamentary candidacy of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Amenfi East Constituency. In a significant turn of events, he was acclaimed as the NDC's candidate for the Amenfi East Constituency in August 2019, as he went unopposed in the NDC primaries.


15 December 2020

Member of parliament 

In the December 2020 parliamentary elections, Nicholas Amankwah secured a significant victory for the Amenfi East Constituency. His dedication and hard work paid off as he garnered an impressive 36,215 votes, representing 53.90% of the total vote count. This victory was particularly noteworthy as he was up against Edward Amo-Acquah of the New Patriotic Party, who secured 29,954 votes, accounting for 44.58% of the vote share.

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