Nelson Kyeremeh

Nelson Kyeremeh

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

27 March 1985

Early Life

Nelson Kyeremeh was born on Wednesday, 27th March, 1985, in the town of Berekum.

10 October 2000


His journey into the world of education began with his Basic Education Certificate in 2000, followed by his Secondary School Certificate in 2003. He didn't stop there; in 2012, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Studies, specializing in Administration and Management. Along the way, he also achieved a Diploma in Basic Education in 2009.

10 December 2020

Professional Career

Kyeremeh served as an Assistant Headteacher with the Ghana Education Service, where he played a vital role in shaping young minds. His passion for administration led him to Agyengoplus Transport and Logistical Service Limited, where he served as an Administrator.


10 December 2020

Political Ascent

Nelson Kyeremeh decided to represent the New Patriotic Party (NPP) as their Parliamentary candidate for the Berekum East Constituency. His victory in the 2020 general elections was resounding, securing 61.3% of the total votes cast. His commitment to serving the people was evident, as he garnered 27,731 votes, while the NDC parliamentary candidate Simon Ampaabeng Kyeremeh received 17,305 votes, and an Independent candidate, Francis Manu-Gyan, had 217 votes.

23 November 2021

Parliamentary Duties

Since January 7, 2021, Nelson Kyeremeh has been tirelessly working to represent the people of the Berekum East Constituency. He serves as a member of the Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee, where he holds the position of Vice Chairperson. Additionally, he is a member of the Members Holding Offices of Profit Committee, ensuring accountability and transparency in government affairs.

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