Mohammed Adamu Ramadan

Mohammed Adamu Ramadan

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

03 May 1975


Mohammed Adamu Ramadan was born on May 3, 1975, in Ashalley Botwe, located in the Greater Accra Region. He hails from a family with a rich political heritage, being the son of the esteemed politician, Ahmed Ramadan, and the elder brother of Samira Bawumia, the Second Lady of Ghana.


16 April 2008


Mohammed Adamu Ramadan holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree, which he obtained in 2008. Additionally, he pursued a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a specialization in Finance, which he completed in 2012. His educational journey culminated in a Master of Arts (MA) in Economic Policy Management in 2014. 

31 December 2008


Before his political career, Mohammed Adamu Ramadan worked in various capacities, gaining valuable experience. Notably, he served as a Special Assistant and presidential staffer at the Flagstaff House during the Presidency of John Mahama. Mohammed Adamu Ramadan also worked with Ghana Airways and Ghana International Airlines, showcasing his diverse experience in both the public and private sectors.

15 December 2016

Political Journey

Mohammed Adamu Ramadan's foray into politics was marked by his bid for the parliamentary seat in the Adenta Constituency in 2016. Running as a candidate for the National Democratic Congress, he faced stiff competition but narrowly lost to the New Patriotic Party's Yaw Buaben Asamoa. Ramadan garnered 48.61% of the votes, reflecting a strong presence in the constituency.

15 December 2020

2020 Elections

Ramadan contested in the NDC primaries and secured his party's nomination for the 2020 Elections. In a competitive race against Nana Oye Lithur, a former Minister for Gender, Children, and Social Protection, Mohammed Adamu Ramadan emerged as the winner, with 730 votes to his opponent's 558.

26 December 2023


As a Member of Parliament representing the Adenta Constituency, Mohammed Adamu Ramadan is actively involved in Ghana's legislative process. He serves as a member of the Health Committee and Business Committee of Parliament, contributing to crucial policy decisions and the development of the nation.

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