Enoch Osei Koduah

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Graduate School Student

Enoch Osei Koduah graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, Kumasi-Ghana in 2019 with a B.A in Political Studies and a minor in Religious Studies. He graduated as Valedictorian and the Most Influential Student of his department after which he served as a Teaching and Research Assistant at the Department of History and Political Studies, KNUST, under the direct supervision of the renowned scholar of African Studies, Dr. George Meyiri Bob-Milliar. Enoch’s undergraduate thesis examined the roles that civil society organizations played in the passage of the right to information bill in Ghana. At Yale, Enoch seeks to concentrate on Political Science and his current research interests focus on three major areas in African politics: inclusive governance and state-building especially traditional rulers as bastions of social trust and state legitimacy, the key relationship between the economic ideologies of political parties and the distribution of wealth and how this invariably affects Ghana’s economic development, and civil society and democratic consolidation specifically on the politicized advocacy of civil society organizations in ensuring political accountability.