Results of the NPP parliamentary primaries so far- Check here

NPP parliamentary primaries results

The results of the NPP parliamentary primaries and results will be published here by your credible and authentic News hub, NewsGhana24.com.

All 168 constituency results will be published indicating the elected candidates for the 2020 general elections slated for December 7th.

16 MPs have also lost their candidature for the December 7th Elections: Check them here

Results of the NPP parliamentary primaries are as follows:

 

  • Asenso-Boakye wins NPP Bantama constituency primary

A deputy Chief of Staff, Francis Asenso-Boakye has defeated the incumbent Member of Parliament for Bantama Constituency in Kumasi, Daniel Okyem Aboagye.

He obtained 456 votes as against 122 by the incumbent Daniel Okyem Aboagye.

 

 

NPP parliamentary primaries results

Mr Vincent Ekow Assafuah has won the Old Tafo ticket, He is a professional communicator, has been appointed as Head of Public Relations at the Ministry of Education

 

 

 

Carlos Ahenkorah Retain Tema West
Carlos Ahenkorah Retain Tema West

Results of the NPP parliamentary primaries from Tema West: Carlos Ahenkorah Retain Tema West: With 593 votes, Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah beat contenders Kwasi Poku Bosompen who got 177 votes and Keku Armquasi-Armuzuah who had 77 votes.

 

 

 

 

 

READ: NDC won’t accept results of ‘flawed’ elections – Mahama

Member of Parliament for Tema East consittuency, Daniel Nii K. Titus-Glover had 533 votes whilst his contender, Benjamin Ahitey Amarh had 233 votes.
Titus Glover wins Tema East ticket to content for the MP

Titus Glover wins Tema East ticket to content for the MP slot on December 7th. Member of Parliament for Tema East consittuency, Daniel Nii K. Titus-Glover had 533 votes whilst his contender, Benjamin Ahitey Amarh  had 233 votes.

 

MALOC CEO Stephen Amoah Unseats Incumbent Kennedy Kankam at Nhyiaeso

MALOC CEO Stephen Amoah Unseats Incumbent Kennedy Kankam at Nhyiaeso: Chief Executive Officer for MASLOC, Mr. Stephen Amoah has won the Nhyiaeso constituency primaries of the New Patriotic Party. With total votes of 332, Mr. Stephen Amoah was able to unseat Member of Parliament, Kennedy Kankam who had 315 votes. Total Votes cast was 647.

 

Akwasi Acquah Wins Akim Oda Seat: Mr. Alexander Akwasi Acquah, a Journalist and the Chief Executive Officer of Community Hospitals Group,  has won the Akim Oda parliamentary primaries to contest the December 7 election in 2020. Mr. Acquah, won comfortably by 215 against the incumbent, hon. Agyapong Quaittoo 170 and Asante Bediako who had 2. Akwasi Acquah called for team work among the members of the party to ensure victory for the NPP in Election 2020.

Results of the NPP parliamentary primaries – Happenings at polling stations

  • New Patriotic Party (NPP) has been characterised by violence and little could be done to stop the phenomenon in the ongoing primaries. – Sam George
  • Angry Youth reportedly chase out minister for trying to bath in the openThe Eastern Regional Minister, Eric Kwakye Darfour, was said to have been prevented by some angry youth in some villages in the Nkawkaw constituency from allegedly bathing in the open, ahead of the party’s heated primaries.

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