He is the founding President of GHACIF, (Ghanaian Community in France Council) a registered umbrella association in France whose operations have helped enhance social lives in France and Ghana since the year 2000. He is a real estate/transport Industrialist and a Philantropist.
An alumni of Burma Camp Services Primary, KonongoOdumase Secondary School, Mount Mary French Training College and the University of Paris 7, Jussieu, Michael is an advocate to the direct and indirect utilisation of the Ghanaian Diaspora for accelerated development in Ghana. His voice added to the creation of the erstwhile Ministry ofDiasporan Relations that formed the basis for Ghana’s Diaspora Affars Bureau. He speaks Twi, English and French.
As a philantropist, he provides monthly financial support to a selection of peoplein Domeabra in the Asante-Akim district of Ghana and has donated a school and a museum to the township. He is the Chief Patron of the Domeabra Welfare Organization.
Michael is the author of » A Call For A MINISTRY OF GHANAIANS IN FOREIGN LANDS with Two Subsidiary Parliamentary Seats From Each Continent », a book which proposes contemporary ideas that can serve as mechanism to development in a foreseeable improved Ghana, a triumphant complement for our country in the 21st Century.
He is currently the Interim President of the Federation of Ghanaian Diaspora in Europe, FEGHADE.