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Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie (born 1st January 1988) is a Ghanaian business mogul and Development Chief (Nkosuohene) at Akyem Osiem. Before his enstoolment, he had already founded the DB Group where he co-currently serves as Executive Chairman. He is also a Goodwill Ambassador of UNACWCA.

An avid humanitarian, he is famous for his charitable contributions all around Ghana, most recently his support for orphans and the aged in Akyem-Osiem. In August 2022, he was honoured as the Most Influential Change Maker of the Year by the Humanitarian Awards Global.

Born: Nana Kumi Kodie
1st January, 1988 (age 34)
Business: DB Group (Founder and Executive Chairman)
Traditional title: Nkosuohene, Akyem-Osiem
Active years: July 2021 till date
Notable Affiliations: UNACWCA (Goodwill Ambassador) Awards: Most Influential Change Maker of the Year (Humanitarian Awards Global


He was born on 1 January, 1988 and christened Nana Kumi Kodie. Being from a wealthy family, he was affectionately nicknamed “Dadaba” which translates to “rich man’s son” by his classmates during his early schooling years. Even as a young boy, he had a penchant for creating businesses and pioneering goodness in his immediate community. This trait has gone on to become a hallmark of much of his life resulting in the birth of the DB Group and most of his philanthropic works.


Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie had his secondary school education at Asamkese Senior High. He also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Ghana’s most prestigious Tertiary institution, University of Ghana-Legon.


He is the founder and Executive Chairman of the Integrated Business Solutions conglomerate, Dadaba Group which is also widely known as the DB Group Ltd. Through his leadership, DB Group has successfully facilitated investment for the execution of various community development projects in different regions in Ghana including the Eastern, Upper East and Western Regions.

Humanitarian Contributions:
In July 2022, Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie supported orphans and widows above 60 years at Akyem Osiem in the Eastern Region with monetary allowances and other care packages. He was joined by Osabarima Nana Agyei Amireku II at the event.

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