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Check Out The Top 5 Ghanaian Politicians Who Went To Adisadel College (Photos)

ADISCO is one of the most well-known educational institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa.


In 2014, Africa Almanac ranked Adisadel College 10th out of the top 100 best high schools in Africa, based on the quality of education, student engagement, alumni strength and activities, school profile, internet, and news visibility.

The school started with 29 boys in a building at Topp Yard, near Christ Church School, which is within walking distance of Cape Coast Castle, in 1910. By 1935, it had grown to around 200 students.

Adisadel College has a long history of producing some of Ghana's most talented and gifted people in sports, politics, music, banking, and other fields.

Here are Top five politicians who attended Adisadel College


1. Kennedy Agyapong

Kennedy Ohene Agyapong is a Ghanaian politician and businessman who serves in parliament for the New Patriotic Party, representing Assin Central.

In 2000, he was elected to the Assin North seat in parliament for the first time. In the 2004[4] and 2008 parliamentary elections, he kept his seat.

He was elected to the current Assin Central seat in 2012 and re-elected in 2016.


Agyapong is one of Ghana's wealthiest individuals, with 128 homes and counting, a private plane, a Rolls Royce, and a $ 80,000-bed facility.


2. Kwadwo Afari-Gyan

From 1993 to 2015, he was the Chairman of Ghana's Electoral Commission.


He is a political scientist, scholar, and election administrator.

He received his A-Level education at Achimota School and Adisadel College, as well as a BA in Philosophy from the University of Ghana in 1967.

He's also given lectures in the US and Nigeria. He was a member of the expert committee that drafted Ghana's Fourth Republican Constitution.

So far, he has successfully overseen all elections held under this constitution. In 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012, he successfully chaired presidential and parliamentary elections.


3. John Peter Amewu

Currently, the Minister of Railways is John Peter Amewu.


He was elected to represent Hohoe in Parliament in the 2020 general election.


For his high school education, he went to Hohoe E.P. Senior High School, St. Mary's Seminary/Senior High School, Lolobi, and Adisadel College.

From 2005 to 2009, he served as the Municipal Chief Executive for the Hohoe Municipal Assembly, where he was named by John Kufour.

He was the party's parliamentary candidate for the Hohoe North Constituency in the 2004 and 2008 general elections, but he lost both times to Prince Jacob Hayibor.


4. Kojo Acquah Yankah

He is a former Ghanaian Member of Parliament. In the Rawlings government, he also served as a Minister of State.

He is the founder and President of the African University College of Communications, as well as a former editor of Ghana's most widely circulated newspaper, the Daily Graphic.


He received his secondary education at Adisadel College. He then spent a few years teaching before enrolling at the University of Ghana, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Honors degree in English.


5. Kwamena Minta Nyarku

He is a National Democratic Congress (NDC) member.


In the Central Region, he represents the Cape Coast North Constituency.

Adisadel College in Cape Coast is where he finished his education. He graduated from the University of Cape Coast with a bachelor's degree in business administration.


He works as a Senior Lecturer in the University of Cape Coast's School of Business' Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management.

He is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Cape Coast's School of Business' Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management.


In August 2019, he won an uncontested parliamentary election to represent the National Democratic Congress in the Constituency.

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