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NDC Primaries: List Of Winners And Their Constituencies
 
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21-Jan-2012  
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Results from various centres where the ruling National Democratic Congress held parliamentary primaries in constituencies with sitting MPs on Saturday have so far claimed a number of casualties and produced surprises.

Below is a list of the names of some the winners and their constituencies.

1. John Tia Akologo: Talensi Constituency

2. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa: North Tongu Constituency

3. Richard Quashigah: Keta Constituency

4. Kofi Humado: Anlo Constituency

5. Korbla Mensah Woyome: South Tongu Constituency

6. Joseph Amenorwode: Hohoe South Constituency

7. Alhaji Muntaka Mubarak: Asawase Constituency

8. Alhaji Issifu Pangabu: Edwura Sekyere Dumesi Constituency

9. Ernest Kyei Yankah: New Edubiase Constituency

10. Lawyer Kofi Amoatey: Yilo Krobo Constituency

11. Jeff Kavianu: Upper Manya Constituency

12. Ebenezer Okletey Terlarbi: Lower Manya Constituency

13. Rashid Pelpuo: Wa Central Constituency

14. Alhaji Bukari Sumani: Tamale North Constituency

15. Inusah Fuseini: Tamale Central Constituency

16. Baba Iddrisu: Yendi Constituency

17. Alban Bagbin: Nadowli West Constituency

18. Mohammed Mumuni: Kumbungu Constituency

19. Moses Asaga: Nabdam Constituency

20. Hajia Lardi Ayamba: Pusiga Constituency

21. Dr. Kwabena Donkor: Pru Constituency

22. Ebo Barton Oduro: Cape Coast Constituency

23. Kobena Abakah: Mfantsiman East Constituency

24. Aquinas Quansah: Mfantsiman West Constituency

25. Ato Amoah: Twifo Atti-Morkwa Constituency Constituency


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