Davis Ansah Opoku (born 13 September 1984) is a Ghanaian politician, and a member of Parliament for Mpraeso Constituency[1] in the Eastern Region of Ghana. He serves as the Deputy Ranking Member of the Public Accounts Committee and a member of the works & Housing Committee of Parliament[2] In October 2021, the 40 under 40 awards ceremony adjudged Davis as a young leader in Governance and Government agencies.

Davis Ansah Opoku
Member of the Ghana Parliament
for Mpraeso Constituency
Assumed office
January 2021
Preceded bySeth Kwame Acheampong
Personal details
Born (1984-09-13) 13 September 1984 (age 39)
Political partyNew Patriotic Party

Early life


Opuku was born in Accra,[3] 13 September 1984[4] to Sampson Opoku of Kwahu Asakraka and Helena Opoku of Obomeng Kwahu.



Opuku attended Nkwatia Secondary School in Ghana and graduated from the University of Cape Coast with a degree in laboratory technology. He continued to the University of London to study Law and then to University of Leicester[5] where he completed his course in communication. He holds a certificate in strategic political communication from the International Academy for Leadership (IAF), Germany[6] and currently[as of?] in the final stage of his Legal Practice Course and Masters in Law at the University of Law.



Opoku was director of communications, then later director of operations for the Alliance for Accountable Governance[7] whose role was to expose some alleged rots during the NDC[8] term in office.

Opoku is a member of the pressure group Let My Vote Count Movement.[9]

In 2019 he did his national service at the parliament and was part of the National Mock Parliament of the Ghana @ 50 celebrations[10] and in 2021 became a full member of parliament for the Mpreaso Constituency.[11]

In 2020, he beat the current Eastern Region, Seth Kwame Acheampong to represent the New Patriotic Party in the 2020 general elections.[12] He further won the parliamentary elections to become the member of parliament for Mpraeso.[13]


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  9. ^ "Police secure injunction against Let My Vote Count Alliance picket - MyJoyOnline.com". MyJoyOnline. Retrieved 2021-08-12.
  10. ^ "Ghana@50 Celebrations in Pictures". Modern Ghana. Retrieved 2021-08-31.
  11. ^ "The Political Journey of OPK; Hon. Davis Opoku Ansah - Mpraeso MP | Mahyeasea TV Show", Youtube, retrieved 2021-09-16
  12. ^ "OPK beats Seth Acheampong". Ghana Web. Retrieved 2023-08-06.
  13. ^ "Election 2020: Mpraeso Constituency Results". PeaceFmOnline.