Hon. Frank Annoh-Dompreh is the Member of Parliament for Nsawam Adoagyiri Constituency in the Eastern Region of the Republic of Ghana. He had his secondary school education at Bishop Herman Secondary School in Ho in the Volta Region. He obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture from the University of Cape Coast. Hon. Frank Annoh-Dompreh holds an LLB from Mount Crest University and an MSC in Environmental Science, Policy and Management from the Institute of Local Government. He has also has a mini MBA from GIMPA and is currently studying an LLM in Environmental Law and Practise with the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom.
As an astute leader, he has held various leadership positions in the pursuit of human development. He was the first student of the Agric college to be elected to serve as President of the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS,2000-2001). During his tenure, the then rotational NUGS rather became congressional. This achievement ensured deeper democracy at the time. He also led an advocacy for private tertiary institutions to benefit from the student loan scheme. He won several awards which include, the prolific writer award in 1999/2000 and recently a Presidential special award from the University of Cape Coast SRC.
Between 2009 and 2011, Hon. Frank was elected the Eastern Regional Youth Organizer for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and thereafter, won an election in 2012 to become the first Member of Parliament for the newly created Nsawam-Adoagyiri Constituency. He is currently serving his second term in Parliament.
As a legislator in Ghana’s Parliament, Hon. Annoh-Dompreh has served on various Parliamentary Committees including his current position as Chairman for the Foreign Affairs Committee. Others include Special Budget Committee, Lands and Forestry Committee all from 2013-2016; Roads and Highway Committee and Subsidiary Legislative Committee from 2017 to date. He was also chairman for the adhoc committee on sand winning across Ghana. He currently serves again as Board member for the Free Zones Board and the Ministry of Foreign affairs advisory board.
He is married with 5 children.