Stephen Pambiin Jalulah

Stephen Pambiin Jalulah

Stephen Pambiin Jalulah, a Ghanaian Member of Parliament representing the Pru West constituency in the Bono East region, now serves as the Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways, appointed by Nana Akufo-Addo.


07 September 1974

Early life and Education

Born on October 22, 1974, in Saboba, Ghana, he achieved educational milestones, including GCE O-levels in General Science and Business in 1992 and 1994, respectively. He also obtained his GCE A-levels in Business in 1996, followed by a degree in Finance and Banking in 2003, a bachelor's degree in law in 2014, and a master's degree in marketing with E-Commerce in 2011.


07 September 2016


He served as the District Chief Executive for both the Pru West and Pru districts at the Ministry of Local Government, in addition to his role as District Manager for the National Health Insurance Authority.


07 September 2020

Political career

Stephen, a member of the NPP, currently represents the Pru West Constituency as an MP, winning with 56.7% of the votes. He now serves as the Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways.




07 September 2023


Stephen is a member of both the Members Holding Offices of Profit Committee and the Works and Housing Committee.

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