Mr. Krampah, until he was elected into the office of the Public Relations of the GRNMA during the 2019 Congress of the Association at Dodowa in the Greater Accra Region, was the Regional Chairman of the Brong-Ahafo Branch of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association; a position he held for eight (8) years until January, 22, 2020, when he was inducted into office as the PRO of the Association.

He started as a Vice District Chairman of the Association in the then Berekum District in 2002 to 2004 when he was later elected as the District Chairman of the Association in the District.

He became the Brong-Ahafo Regional PRO and later doubled as the Acting GRNMA Regional Secretary for the Association when the substantive Secretary left to pursue a higher education. He was later, in 2011, elected as the Regional Chairman of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association, GRNMA, – a position he held until he was elected as the National PRO of the GRNMA.
Mr. Krampah is very affable, approachable and proficient in French, Akan, English and some other dialects in Ghana.
He is an experienced man in unionism and makes himself easily available if his support is needed at all times; provided it falls in his reach. He is selfless and tolerant during very trying moments.
He is open to everyone and very reliable when entrusted with any assignment.
He is married with four Children.
At the moment, Mr Krampah is an employee of the Presbyterian Health Sercvices under Christian Health Services of Ghana (CHAG). At the time of his being elected as the GRNMA National PRO, he was and still is practising as a Principal Physician Assistant In-Charge of Suma Presbyterian Health Centre in Jaman North District of the Bono Region.

His hobbies include gardening, watching movies, etc