Stephen Pambiin Jalulah, MP Pru West constituency
Stephen Pambiin Jalulah born on October 22, 1974, is a Ghanaian politician and Member of Parliament for the Pru West constituency in the Bono East region of Ghana. Currently, he is the Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways after he was sworn in by Nana Akufo-Addo.
Stephen is a member of the Members Holding Offices of Profit Committee and also a member of the Works and Housing Committee.
He hails from Saboba in the Northern region of Ghana. He had his GCE Ordinary Level in General Science in 1992 and had his GCE Ordinary Level in Business in 1994. He also had his GCE Advance Level in Business in 1996. He further had his Degree in Finance and Banking in 2003 and also had his bachelor's degree in law in 2014. He also had his master's degree in marketing with E-Commerce in 2011.
He was the District Chief Executive at the Ministry of Local Government for the Pru West district and also the Pru District. He was also the District Manager for the National Health Insurance Authority.
Stephen is a member of New Patriotic Party (NPP) and currently the MP for Pru West Constituency. He won the parliamentary seat with 16,606 votes making 56.7% of the total votes whilst the incumbent Masawud Mohammed had 12,671 votes making 43.3% of the total votes. Currently, he is the Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways.