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General News of Monday, 10 December 2012

Source: Philip Kofi Ashon

Major Shifts In Ghana's Legislature

...As New MP's Emerge

Several changes will be seen in the sixth Parliament of the fourth Republic of Ghana as several sitting Members of Parliament are hit with defeat.

Voting in Ghana's sixth Presidential and Parliamentary elections was for the first time adjourned into a second day after several Biometric Verification Devices malfunctioned on the day of elections. Voting materials were also delayed by several hours in many polling stations.

Some of the new faces that will be appearing in Parliament are as follows:

Constituency Old MP New MP
Nandom
Ambrose Dery Dr. Benjamin Kumbour
Akwatia
Dr. Kofi Asare Baba Jamal
Ketu South
Albert Zigah Fifi Kwetey
Jirapa
Francis Darkurah Paul Derigubaa
Techiman-North
Prof. Ameyaw Ekumfi Alex Kyeremeh
Nabdam
Moses Asaga Boniface Agambila
Asuogyaman
Joses Asare Akoto Kofi Osei Ameyaw
Jomoro
Samia Yaaba Nkrumah Francis Anaman
KEEA
J. S. Annan Dr. Nana Ato Arthur
Effutu
Mike Hammah Alex Afenyo-Markin
Evalue-Gwira
Katherine Afeko Kweku Tanichi Kessie
Ejura Sekyeredumase
Mohammed Issifu Pangabu Mohammed Salifu Bamba
Sisala West
Haruna Bayiriga Amin Amidu Sulemana
Agona West
Samuel Obodai Charles Obeng Inkoom
Ahanta West
Samuel John Fiah George Kwame Aboagye
Bunkprugu Yunyoo
Labik Joseph Yaani Solomon Boah
Yendi
Iddrisu Suleiman Ibun Mohammed Tijani
Zabzugu John Jabaah Benam Alhassan Umar
Akyem Swedru Joseph Ampomah Bosompem Kennedy Osei Nyarko


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