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19-Jul-2012  
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Dr Kwadwo Afari-Djan
 
 
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The Electoral Commission (EC) may be facing a law suit at the High Court over the creation of some 45 new constituencies to the existing 230 following the creation of new districts by the government, but peacefmonline.com can confirm that the list is already out.

A former Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Ayikoi Otoo, is leading the group that insists the ECs move is illegal.

Below is the breakdown of the 45 newly created constituencies by the EC that peacefmonline.com has chanced upon.



Greater Accra Region: Seven (7)

1. Ayawaso North

2. Okaikoi Central

3. Ablekuma West

4. Tema Central

5. Trobu

6. Bortianor Ngleshie Amanfrom

7. Anyaa Sowutuom

Ashanti Region: eight (8)

1. Ashanti East

2. Manso Edubia

3. Atwima Nwabiagya North

4. Manhyia South

5. Juaben

6. Asante Akim Central

7. Sekyere Afram Plains

8. Ahafo Ano South-East


Central Region: Four (4)

1. Cape Coast North

2. Gomoa Central

3. Awutu Senya East

4. Assin Central


Western Region: Four (4)

1. Kwesimintsim

2. Mpohor

3. Boti

4. Bia East


Volta Region: Four(4)

1. Akatsi North

2. Adaklu

3. South Dayi

4. Krachi Nchumuru


Eastern Region: Five (5)

1. Aburi

2. Asene/Akroso/Manso

3. Achiase

4. Atiwa East

5. Fanteakwa South


Northern Region: Five(5)

1. Damango

2. Kparibeto

3. Zabzugu

4. Sagnarigu North/East

5. Yunyoo


Upper East Region: Two(2)

1. Bolga Central

2. Garu


Upper West Region: One(1)

1. Daffiama/Bussie


More Soon .....

 
 
Source: Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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