leads PNAfrica’s work relating to legislative research, monitoring and
engagement, having joined the organisation in 2018. His interests include
understanding how parliaments can enhance their representative, legislative and
oversight roles, and supporting initiatives that improve the livelihood of the
vulnerable in society. He has previously worked with the Department of Social
Welfare as a Probation Officer where he managed cases of child maintenance, and
child rights protection with the Accra District Magistrate Court. As a person
passionate about society, he spends time volunteering for humanitarian
organisations such as the DoctorsAct Ghana and WeB Foundation.
He is currently the coordinator of the Ghana Parliamentary Monitoring Organisations Network (GPMON) which seeks to strengthen Ghana based parliamentary monitoring organizations (PMOs), establish forums for sharing experiences and best practices among PMOs towards effective engagement with parliament, and advocate for the adoption of the principles of parliamentary openness by the Parliament of Ghana.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Studies from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, and a Diploma Certificate in Social Work from the School of Social Work (Accra).