Ekow Ansah Hagan is an illustrious and an astute son of the Ghanaian soil, from the Central and Upper East Region of Ghana respectively, precisely he was born to a Fante father, Mr Kwamena Ansah Hagan, an Electrical Contractor, who hails from Enyan Denkyira in the Central Region and a Frafra mother, Mrs. Gifty Hagan, a Caterer, who hails from Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region.
Ekow, the second born of three children; an older brother, Kobina Dodoo Hagan and a younger sister, Naana Dodoowah Hagan, was born on the 20th day of September 1984 at Osu in the capital city, Accra.
In the Ghanaian tradition, children are named according to the day of the week on which they were born. Ekow in Fante is the name that corresponds with Thursday.
Ekow started his basic education at Alsyd Academy at Dzorwulu and continued at Aggrey Memorial International School (AMIS) at Kanda, per his self determined nature, he excelled in his laurels and graduted from AMIS with flying colours, subsequently gaining admission into Mfantsipim School in 2000, a Methodist boarding school in Cape Coast, (in the Central Region of Ghana), founded in the 1870s.
In Mfantsipim School Ekow learnt a lot, cutting across from social, cultural, moral, religeous etc., amongst this is one wise saying "a breach of common sense, is a breach of school rules" which has forever shapened his thinking and has incomputably contributed to the ordering of his steps in life which is evident of the fact that he allowed "The Only School" in Ghana to pass through him during his stay as a student.
In 2003, Ekow began studying for a Higher National Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering at Ho Polytechnic in the Volta Region of Ghana which he outsripped and graduated as an Electrical/Electronic Engineer in 2006.
To achieve higher academic laurels, he further went to pursue a Bachelor In Engineering (BEng) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the Accra Institute Of Technology University (AIT University) at Accra in the Greater Accra Region, affiliated coursework wise to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology University (MIT University).
Ekow after undergoing the stipulated National Service, meant for all tertiary graduands, at Agomeda in the Greater Accra Region where he taught as an Electronics teacher, gained employment at fairgreen Limited, an IT firm as an Electrical/Electronic Technician Engineer.