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George Buadi

George Buadi

George Buadi ( born 3 July 1963) is a Ghanaian politician and a member of the First and Second Parliament of the Fourth Republic representing the Amenfi East constituency in the Western Region of Ghana.[1][2]

George Buadi
In office
7 January 1993  6 January 1997
Member of parliament for Amenfi East constituency
In office
7 January 1997  6 January 2001
PresidentJohn Jerry Rawlings
Succeeded byJoseph Boahen Aidoo
Personal details
Born(1963-07-03)3 July 1963
Amenfi East, Western region, Ghana)
Political partyNational Democratic Congress
Alma materUniversity of Ghana

Early life and education

Buadi was born on 3 July 1963, at Amenfi East in the Western Region of Ghana. He attended the University of Ghana and the Ghana School of Law and obtained his Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law after studying political science and law.[2]


Buadi was first elected into Parliament on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress for the Amenfi East Constituency in the Western region in the December 1992 Ghanaian parliamentary Elections.[3] He was re-elected into Parliament during the 1996 Ghanaian general elections with 15,890 votes out of the 30639 valid votes cast representing 38.30% over Doris Gyapomah Oduro of the New Patriotic Party who polled 11,638 votes representing 28.10% and Eric Coffie of the National Convention Party who polled 3,111 representing 7.50%.[4] He was defeated by Joseph Boahen Aidoo of the New Patriotic Party who polled 14,578 votes representing 55.90% out of the 100% votes cast.[5]


Buadi is a lawyer by profession aside being a Ghanaian politician.[2]

Personal life

Buadi is a Christian.[2]


  1. "Ghana MPs – MP Ancillary Links". Archived from the original on 15 January 2020. Retrieved 20 October 2020.
  2. Book title: Ghana Parliamentary Register 1992–1996 Publisher: Ghana Publishing Corporation Date: 1993 Page: 163
  3. "正在跳转... – 万维百科". Retrieved 20 October 2020.
  4. FM, Peace. "Ghana Election 1996 Results – Amenfi East Constituency". Ghana Elections – Peace FM. Retrieved 20 October 2020.
  5. FM, Peace. "Ghana Election 2000 Results – Amenfi East Constituency". Ghana Elections – Peace FM. Retrieved 20 October 2020.
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