Agbotadua Kumassah was born at Anyako, in the Keta Municipality of the Volta Region of Ghana in 1943. He holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Education from the University of Cape Cost, Bachelor of Arts in Geography and Sociology from the University of Ghana, and a Specialist Certificate in Geography from Advanced Teacher Training College (University of Education) Winneba. Agbotadua Kumassah taught in many schools, including Nifa, Adukrom, and Keta Secondary Schools, and was the headmaster of Anlo-Afiadenyigba Secondary School from 2000-2003. He retired from the Ghana Education Service in 2003. Agbotadua Kumassah held and holds many positions in religious, educational, social and political arches in his community and outside. He is the current Secretary of Anlo Agbotaduawo Traditional Council and the Agave Clan Union of Anlo. He was government appointee to the first Keta District Assembly and was the chairman of Social Services and Culture Sub-committee and member of the Executive Committee. Agbotadua Kumassah was installed Agbotadua to Togbi Tay Abgozo stool in 1979. He combines his traditional responsibilities and Christian duties well to the admiration of many. He was a member of the Ministry of Health sponsored team that visited Israel in 2008. He was also guest lecturer in Barcelona, Spain in 2008, courtesy of the La Ceixa Foundation.