Kwabena Nuamah was born in Obuasi in the Ashanti region of Ghana. He hails from Essumenja, a town close to Asante Bekwai. Kwabena did his basic and Junior Secondary School (JSS) education in Obuasi. Upon successful completion of JSS, Kwabena attended Obuasi Secondary Technical School for one academic year and then went to Prempeh College where he completed his senior secondary School (SSCE) Education. In Prempeh College, Kwabena held quite a number of leadership positions. He was offered admission into the Kumasi Polytechnic, in the Ashanti region where he pursued three (3)-year HND programme in Civil Engineering. In 2008, Kwabena gained admission into Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to pursue a first degree in Renewable Natural Resource Management. His meticulous nature and interest in writing led him to be part of the editorial board and eventually the chief editor of Renewable Natural Resource Student Association (RENARSA). He completed his undergraduate education in 2012. In the same year, he was offered an opportunity to do his national service at AngloGold Ashanti. Due to his aptitude and hard work he was offered employment immediately after his service was over. He parted ways with AngloGold in 2014 and was offered admission into KNUST to pursue MSc. Environmental science. He is currently the Public Relation Officer of GRASAG having been the former senator for his department during the 2015/2016 academic year.