Early Life & Education
Hon. George Boahen Oduro was born on October 10, 1965 in Adansi Atobiase in the Ashanti Region. He started his Elementary School at Adansi Atobiase and continued at Opoku Ware II International School where he sat for common entrance and gained admission to Opoku Ware School in Kumasi, where he obtained his ‘O’ Level certificate.
Hon George Boahen Oduro moved to Kumasi Polytechnic, now Kumasi Technical University for his tertiary education. He then continued at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) to study for his Bachelor of Science Degree in Operations and Project Management.
After his BSc program at (GIMPA), Hon George continued his education at the Anhalt University in Germany for his MBA in International Trade.
Work Experience & Family
Hon George Boahen Oduro as a businessman worked as the Director of Projects with CEDAR SEAL.CO LTD until 2016 when he resigned. He is an astute Christian and happily married with children.
Hon George Boahen Oduro then entered the lime light of Politics in Ghana specifically the New Edubiase Constituency in 2006. He contested the Parliamentary Primaries on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party in 2015 which he subsequently won and became the Party’s candidate for the 2016 general elections. He had a historic victory in the December 2016 poll coming against the incumbent Member of Parliament for the now opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) party who had represented the constituency in the country’s Legislature for three straight terms and was seeking for a re-election.
Achievements & Philanthropy
Even before Hon. George Oduro was elected into office, He had accomplished a lot for the constituency. From donating to previous parliamentary candidates during campaigns to assisting brilliant but needy students in remote communities in the constituency.
His ability to project a message of & quot; No more insults, Respect for All & quot; established his charisma and the passionate desire of a great leader, resting
peacefully in the minds of the ordinary people.