|Birth||9 March 1954|
|Politics||National Democratic Congress|
Amadu Seidu (born March 9, 1954) is a Ghanaian member of parliament for Yapei-Kusawgu constituency in the Northern Region under the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.
Seidu was born on March 9, 1954 at Mpaha, Northern Region of Ghana.
He is an economist and banker by profession. He is a member of Reconstituted Board for VRA Resettlement Trust Fund Build Capacity.
He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Ghana at Legon in 1982.
In 2004, Seidu was re-elected to represent the Yapei-Kusawgu constituency for the 2004 general election. He polled 149 votes to beat two other contestants, Salifu Yaquob Wilson and John Adams who polled 66 and 25 votes respectively at a constituency delegates’ congress at Yapei.
Seidu is a Muslim and he is married with seven children.