John Ntim Fordjour

John Ntim Fordjour

This is the timeline of the member of parliament for Assin South Constituency

21 January 1986


John Ntim Fordjour was born on May 28th, 1986, in Assin Kruwa, Ghana.

21 January 2007


John attended Assin Manso Senior High School. He later graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mineral Engineering from the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), Tarkwa, in 2007. His thirst for knowledge didn't end there, as he subsequently earned a Master of Arts Degree in Economic Policy Management from the University of Ghana in 2014. Currently, he is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of Ghana, highlighting his dedication to academic and intellectual growth.

15 December 2016


Rev. John Ntim Fordjour's political journey is closely aligned with the New Patriotic Party (NPP), a prominent political party in Ghana. In the 2016 elections, he demonstrated his strong appeal to the constituents of Assin South Constituency by securing an impressive 58.99% of the valid votes, totaling 23,308 votes out of 39,887.

15 December 2020

2020 elections

John Ntim Fordjour of the NPP secured 17,121 votes, representing 39.25%, Joseph Kofi Damtse, an independent candidate, received 15,801 votes, accounting for 36.22%, Nicholas Baffoe of the NDC garnered 10,201 votes, equivalent to 23.38%, George Adjei Banin of GUM obtained 499 votes, constituting 1.14%, and Acheampong Prince Kuffour of the LPG did not receive any votes.


21 January 2023


Ntim Fordjour serves as the Vice Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Members Holding Offices of Profit and is an active member of the Foreign Affairs Committee. His commitment to effective governance and public service is further evident through his role as the Chairman of the Ghana-Canada Parliamentary Friendship Association.

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