About Us

At Kenja, we provide you with authentic, immutable and easy access to information from all the ministries, agencies and departments to make you contribute to good governance.

Every citizen has the right to access any government information for transparency, accountability and to eliminate secrecy within the government. This is called the Right to Information (RTI). Getting this information becomes difficult because nobody is responsible for sharing this information in the ministries, departments and agencies. As a result, individual employees take the responsibility in return for cash compensation far above the required application fees. Without paying, one will not get the information needed. Also, sometimes, these ministries, departments or agencies get burnt, destroying the information available.

  • It is difficult to access this information.

  • The documents get destroyed when it has the potential of going scandalous

  • Not knowing who to consult to receive the information.

  • Bureaucracy

  • Lack of Staffing and absence of officers in charge

  • Every year around six million applications are filed under RTI Act

  • Tedious

  • Frivolous RTI applications

  • Overcharged fees

  • Enriching individuals who have access to this information

Our mission is to co-create in good governance

To secure sharing of data between citizens and agencies

To ensure data is immutable, secured and transparent for external sharing and easy access

The Minster of information

Kojo Oppong Nkrumah possesses an Executive MBA in Marketing from the University of Ghana Business School and a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) Faculty of Law. He became a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ghana after obtaining a Qualifying Certificate in Law from the Ghana School of Law. Before becoming a lawyer, he had completed a Fellowship of the African Leadership Initiative. His goal is to become the president of Ghana.

In 2006, he started as a Treasury Analyst at British American Tobacco. Later on, he joined the Multimedia Group as a Senior Broadcast Journalist with Joy FM in Accra. Upon leaving Joy FM, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah established a private equity firm, Brownstone Capital and co-founded the Development Research and Advocacy organization, Centre for Development in Freedom (CDIF). After that, he worked as a Lawyer at Kulendi, Attafuah & Amponsah before pursuing politics.


He is currently the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament for the Ofoase-Ayirebi constituency of the Eastern Region.

His Political work focuses on the following:


Law and Governance

Youth, Education and Skills Development.

In Parliament, he is a member of the following committees;


Constitutional and Legal