Kwame Governs Agbodzi

Kwame Governs Agbodzi

This is a timeline of the member of Parliament for Adaklu Constituency


22 September 1973


Kwame Governs Agbodza was born on September 22, 1973, in Adaklu Kordiabe, a town located in the Volta Region of Ghana.


12 November 1980


 Kwame Governs Agbodza obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Architecture from the University of Westminster, followed by a Diploma in Architecture from the University of East London. He then returned to his homeland, Ghana, to complete his Bachelor of Science degree in architecture at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). His commitment to excellence in architecture is further underscored by his attainment of chartered architecture certificates from both the Ghana Institute of Architects and the Royal Institute of British Architects.


05 May 1999


Kwame Governs Agbodza has been the Managing Director of SouthWorld Technical Services since 1999, showcasing his enduring commitment to his profession. Additionally, he has served as the Chief Executive Officer at Architects Co Partners since 2010 and Kay and Partners since 2012.


15 December 2012


Kwame Governs Agbodza ventured into the world of politics with a resounding victory. During the 2012 election, he secured the Adaklu Constituency seat with a remarkable 87.98% of the vote, winning by 11,825 votes out of 13,440 valid cast votes. 


15 December 2016

2016 election 

Moving to 2016, Agbodzi maintained his lead, securing 10,337 votes, which accounted for 88.96%. Samuel C. K. Buame of the NPP received 1,048 votes at 9.02%, and Hiagbe Edem Dzanku of the NDP got 235 votes, equivalent to 2.02%. 



15 December 2020

2020 election 

The 2020 results show Agbodzi still in the lead with 13,117 votes, securing 85.55%, followed by Raybon-Evans Anyadi of the NPP with 2,215 votes at 14.45%, and Edward Agbovi of the LPG with 0 votes, representing 0.00%.


15 December 2020


He is a member of several vital committees, including the Committee of Selection, where he serves as Vice Chairperson, the Roads and Transport Committee, where he holds the position of Ranking Member, the House Committee, and the Appointments Committee. Kwame Governs Agbodza's involvement in these committees highlights his commitment to shaping policies and decisions that impact the nation.


01 January 2023

Minority Chief Whip

Currently, in the Parliament of Ghana, he holds the crucial position of Minority Chief Whip, illustrating his influence and ability to navigate the complex world of politics. 

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