Nii Amui Oblitey is an electrical engineer and lawyer by profession. He holds a BSc. Electrical/Electronic Engineering degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, an LLB from the University of Ghana and an LLM in Environmental and Energy Law from Berkeley Law, University of California, Berkeley.
He also holds professional qualifications in law from the Ghana School of Law, Insurance and Risk management from the Chartered Insurance Institute(ACII-UK) and Loss Adjusting from the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters(MCILA-UK). He was called to the Ghana Bar in 2011.
Professionally he worked as Senior Manager Technical in charge of technical monitoring. Prior to this he worked as the Manager Legal after having been transferred from the Energy Directorate where he worked as Technical Manager. He also serves as the Secretary of the PURC Technical Committee and a Committee Member of the Professional Practice and Ethics Committee of the Ghana Institution of Engineering (GhIE).
Prior to joining the Commission, he worked with SIC Insurance Company as a Risk Engineer and Adjuster, Millicom International Cellular (TIGO) as Middle Level Manager, Applications Programming. Earlier he had worked with Electricity Company of Ghana(ECG) and Data-TeleNets Limited. He has executed many national assignments including serving on the VRA Restructuring Committee as member and legal advisor, Operational Performance and Fuel Audits of electric utilities Committee and various power system collapses committees.