Francis Manu-Adabor

Francis Manu-Adabor

This is a timeline of the member of Parliament for Ahafo Ano South East Constituency

24 November 1960


Francis Manu-Adabor was born on September 24, 1960, in Biemso No. 1 in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

10 May 1979


Francis Manu-Adabor pursued his education diligently, completing his Ordinary Level in 1979 and Advanced Level in 1981. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering (Land Surveying and Mapping) from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Continuing his pursuit of excellence, he completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Remote Sensing Application (Satellite Survey and Mapping) at Obafemi Awolowo University. His academic achievements culminated in a Master of Science in Geographic and Geodetic Information Systems (Land Information Management) from University College, London (UCL).

19 August 1988


Manu-Adabor served as the Ashanti Regional Head and Principal of the Survey School from 1988 to 2007, a role where he imparted knowledge and skills to the next generation of surveyors. His expertise further expanded when he became a Technical Manager at the Ghana Cocoa Board from 2007 to 2012. Additionally, he made valuable contributions as a board member of the Cocoa Processing Company Limited, further demonstrating his commitment to the development and progress of Ghana.

15 December 2020

Political Life

Francis Manu-Adabor's political career has been grounded in his membership with the New Patriotic Party (NPP). He was a majority member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana, where he actively participated in legislative affairs. His dedication to public service led to his re-election in the 2020 general election, securing his place in the Eighth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana. In the 2020 election, Manu-Adabor emerged victorious, earning 15,136 votes, representing 53.80% of the total votes.

28 December 2023


Within the Parliament, Francis Manu-Adabor has played a significant role as the Chairperson of the Lands and Forestry Committee. He also contributed to the government assurance committee and the constitutional, legal, and parliamentary affairs committee. Currently, he continues to lead as the Chairperson of the Lands and Forestry Committee. He is a member of the Judiciary Committee, where he contributes to the legal and judicial matters facing the nation. Additionally, his involvement in the Mines and Energy Committee underscores his dedication to addressing the energy needs and resources of Ghana.

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