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AHAFO REGION DISTRICT SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION ASUNAFO NORTH MUNICIPALITY 1.      Yaw Osei-Boahen

2.      James Koduah

3.      James Afriyie-Anto

 

The Committee recommend Mr. Yaw Osei-Boahenfor renomination  as MCE. All accounts suggest Mr. Osei-Boahen, performed creditably well as MCE. He comes from Mim and has extensive experience working as polling station chairman, polling agent, and constituency chairman for the party. He is also a two-term Assemblymember for the Mim-Dome Electoral Area. He holds B-Com in Accounting and an MBA from the University of Cape Coast. ASUNAFO SOUTH DISTRICT 1.      Osei Bonsu

2.      Frank Aduse Poku

3.      Paul Asabre Pinamang

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The committee recommend Mr. Osei Bonsu for renomination as DCE.

Mr. Osei Bonsu comes to the role with significant experience as DCE, community, and party activist. He was a former constituency organizer and chairman, and constituency campaign Manager. He is a teacher and District Coordinator of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO).

His renomination will promote stability and the steady growth of the district.

 

EDUCATION

ASUTIFI NORTH DISTRICT 1.      Anthony Mensah

2.      Stephen K. Baah

3.      Richard Boama

 

The Committee recommends Mr. Anthony Mensah for renomination as DCE. The DCE is the best among the shortlisted applicants. He is effective and enjoys a cordial relationship with the constituency and polling station executives. Also, he played a significant role in the campaigns and supported reconciliation efforts between supporters of Joseph Daha Benhazin, former MP for the area, and Patrick Banor, incumbent MP, following a division and tension after the 2020 parliamentary primaries. Also, he played a leading role to discourage the threat of “skirt and blouse” voting by supporters of the Daha Benhazin in Ntotroso.

He is a former Research and Elections Officer for the constituency.

Mr. Mensah holds a BA of Education in English from Catholic University and MA in Public Administration from KNUST.

ASUTIFI SOUTH DISTRICT 1.      Robert Dwomoh Mensah

2.      Atuahene Antwi

3.      David-Adu Boateng Jnr

 

The Committee recommends Mr. Robert Dwomoh Mensahfor renomination as DCE.

Mr. Mensah appears to be a match in the district to contain the excesses of Hon. Collins Dauda. Robert Dwomoh Mensah was supportive in the elections and has good relations with the party executives.

He is a former Ashanti Regional Coordinator of the Ghana School Feeding Programme between 2008 and 2009.

His renomination will among other things ensure continuity and party growth in a difficult constituency.

He holds BA in Political Science with Linguistics and MBA from GIMPA.

TANO NORTH MUNICIPALITY 1.      Ernest Kwarteng

2.      Gabriel Ankomah

3.      Karikari Appau

 

The committee recommends Mr. Ernest Kwarteng for renomination as MCE.

He appears to have the support of the traditional leaders and party executives for renomination. He is a former polling station chairman and constituency financial secretary. Given his experience as MCE and the reported support of key stakeholders, his renomination would benefit the district’s development drive.

He holds MSc in Industrial Mathematics, KNUST, and B.Ed. Mathematics, University College of Education, Winneba.

TANO SOUTH MUNICIPALITY 1.      Collins Offinam Takyi

2.      Isaac Agyei Buabeng

3.      Benjamin AssabilEssando

 

The committee recommends Mr. Offinam Takyifor renomination as MCE.

The applicant was instrumental in the 2020 elections campaign and supported the MP/PC to increase the vote balance of the party. He has served in the following roles—former Assemblymember for the Dwomo East Electoral Area, polling station youth organizer, and financial secretary for the party.

He has demonstrated commitment to community development and his re-nomination would yield dividends for the people and the NPP.

He holds B.Ed. Population and Family Life Education and an MBA, both from the University of Cape Coast.

BONO  REGION DISTRICT SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION SUNYANI  MUNICIPAL (SUNYANI EAST) 1.      Ansu Kumi

2.      Dr. Kofi Bobi Barima

3.      Frank Musah Damtarl

 

The committee recommends Mr. Ansu Kumifor nomination as MCE. Mr. Kumi displayed considerable knowledge of the local government system and related development issues. He has a good working connection with the grassroots. He worked hard to support the 2020 general elections. He was the constituency secretary from 2018 to date, the electoral area coordinator from 2013 to 2018, and a polling station chairman from 2009 to 2013. He served as a polling station agent in the 2016 general elections.

He holds an MBA from KNUST and BA in Economics and Sociology from UCC.

SUNYANI WEST 1.      Martin Obeng

2.      Evans Kusi Boadum

3.      Patrick Kwadwo Tabiri

4.      Theophilus Asomah-Kyeremeh

 

 

No Decision

DORMAA WEST DISTRICT 1.      Amankwaa Ernest

2.      Francis Kwadwo Oppong

3.      Steven Adjei Ameyaw

 

The committee recommends Mr. Amankwaa Ernestfor nomination as DCE.

Mr. Amankwaa played an instrumental role in the 2020 general elections. He is affable and liked by many in the constituency. He was the Research Officer from 2013 to 2018 and the secretary from 2018 to date.

 

He holds an MBA in Human Resource Management from UCC and B. ED Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sports from the University of Education in Winneba.

DORMAA MUNICIPAL 1.      Eric Kwabena Yeboa

2.      Oppong Henry

3.      Drissa Ouattara

 

The committee recommends Mr. Eric Kwabena Yeboahfor nominationas MCE.

Mr. Yeboah has been a member of the Communication Team from 2010 to date. He is a grassroots person as well as a long-standing member of the party. He understands the development challenges of the area and he is in touch with the people. He has been a constant member of the campaign teams from 2012 through to 2020.

He holds MPhil Curriculum Studies and BA in Education from UCC.

DORMAA EAST DISTRICT 1.      Emmanuel Kofi Agyeman

2.      Nicholas Asamoah

3.      Ansu Yeboah Williams

 

The committee recommends Mr. Emmanuel Kofi Agyemanfor renomination as DCE.

This recommendation is based on prior performance as DCE in the first term of his excellency the President. He relates well with the youth, chiefs, and party executives. He campaigned well for the party and made sure he brought everybody on board.

He was the Constituency Chairman from 2013 to 2017. He was also an Assembly member for Kyeremanso –Ahenboboano Electoral Area from 2010 to 2014. He was a member of the 2020 Campaign Team.

He holds MA in Theology, Emmanuel Bible Institute, MSc in Industrial Mathematics, KNUST, and B.E.D in Science, Physics from the University of Education, Winneba.

BEREKUM WEST 1.      Dominic Oppong

2.      Bright Oteng- Hennah

3.      Peter Asomah Boampong

 

The committee recommends Mr. Dominic Oppong for nomination as DCE.

He expressed his priority among others is to forge a good working relationship with the tripod to ensure the steady development of the area and the party. He campaigned vigorously in 2020 for the party. He was part of the 2020 Campaign Team.

He is the assistant constituency secretary and a former deputy constituency organizer from 2014 to 2018.

He holds B.E.D in Mathematics from UEW.

BREKUM EAST MUNICIPAL 1.      Kofi Adjei

2.      Paul Ofori-Amanfo

3.      Emmanuel Ameyaw

 

The committee recommends Mr. Kofi Adjei for renomination as MCE.

He worked well with the Tripod to ensure a unified campaign in 2020. He has appreciable knowledge of the local government system. The youth, chiefs, and opinion leaders appreciate his service. He was the constituency chairman from 2009 to 2016 and a presiding member of the Berekum Municipal Assembly from 2006-2008.

He holds GCE Advanced Level from Dorma Secondary School.

BANDA MUNICIPALITY 1.      Emmanuel Akone

2.      Paul Baffoe

3.      Peter Donkor

 

The committee recommends Mr. Emmanuel Akone for nomination as MCE.

He has in-depth knowledge in both party and local government administration. His nomination will unify the feuding factions in the constituency. There are so many internal conflicts in the constituency party especially between the MCE and the PC, which may have contributed to the party’s defeat in the 2020 general elections.

Mr. Akone is the current constituency secretary, the research and elections officer from 2013 to 2017, and a former Polling Station Chairman from 1997 to 2008.

He holds Post Graduate Diploma in Education from Valley View University, BA in Management Studies from UCC, and HND in Marketing from Koforidua Technical University.

JAMAN SOUTH DISTRICT 1.      Andrews Bediako

2.      Peter Nketiah

3.      Alhaji Abu

 

The committee recommends Mr. Andrews Bediako for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Bediako worked spiritedly for the party in the 2020 general elections. He was a member of the constituency campaign team. He was served as the constituency youth organizer from 2009 to 2010 and the electoral area coordinator for Nana Addo’s presidential primary elections in 2010.

He is currently pursuing MA in Public Administration from GIMPA, an Executive MA in General Paralegal Studies from the Ghana Institute of Paralegal and Leadership Training, and BA in Fine Arts from the University of Ghana.

JAMAN NORTH 1.      Adana Ankomah

2.      Emmanuel Kwaku Twene

3.      Solomon Owusu

4.      Ebenezer Anane

NOT SELECTED TAIN 1.      Adama Coulibaly

2.      Charity Akua Foriwaa Dwommoh

3.      Gabriel Osei

4.      Benjamin Afful Manu

NOT SELECTED WENCHI 1.      Dr. Prince Kwakye Afriyie

2.      Alexander Obour Damoah

3.      Joseph Yaw Mensah

4.      Salihu Bambah

NOT SELECTED SAVANNAH REGION DISTRICT SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION BOLE DISTRICT 1.      Akati Mahama Abdul-Rahim

2.      Abulai Ibrahim

3.      Raphael Abolasom Kumah

 

The committee recommends Mr. Akati Mahama Abdul-Rahim for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Akati is the current Regional Youth Organizer. He is a very brilliant youthful person who has managed the Savannah youth front well. He does not belong to any faction in the ensuing turf-war in his constituency. He is seen as a unifier.

The current DCE has issues with almost all of the constituency executives. She is seen as fueling discord in the district/constituency. Given the chance, Mr. Akati could foster unity to improve conditions for the district/constituency.

He holds MA in Business Administration in Leadership and Management from KNUSTand BSc in Agricultural Technology from the University of Development Studies.

CENTRAL GONJA DISTRICT 1.      Ahmadu Zakaria

2.      Mustapha Mbonwura

3.      Seidu Saaka Bakari

 

The committee recommends Mr. Ahmadu Zakaria for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Ahmadu Zakaria is a grassroots supporter of the party and has an in-depth knowledge of the constituency. He is a three-time constituency secretary for the constituency; a polling station secretary from 1992-1996, and a Zonal Coordinator from 1996-2008.  He believes in consensus politics, a trait that will promote peace, development, and ultimately the fortunes of the party. He has considerable experience in the public sector having worked as the Marketing Officer for YEA and District Manager for NHIS.

He holds BA in Management from the University of Cape Coast and an MA in Public Administration from KNUST.

EAST GONJA MUNICIPAL

 

1.      Zakaria Iddi

2.      Haruna Iddrisu

3.      Abdulai Habib

 

The committee recommends Mr. Zakaria Iddi for nomination as MCE. The party is divided into factions in the constituency. Mr. Zakaria Iddi is a neutral person whose nomination may stem the tide and eventually unify the district/constituency for development.

The Osafo Marfo and National Security reports recommend the removal of the current MCE. Mr. Zakaria Iddi’s temperament and experience appear to be the ideal replacement.

He was the liaison officer for the creation of the new region, a party agent in 2000, a collation agent in 2004, 2008, and 2012 general elections, and a member of the 2020 campaign team.

Mr. Zakaria Iddi is a PhD candidate in Social Forestry and Environmental Governance from the University of Energy and Natural Resources; MSc in Local Economic Development from KNUST; and BSc in Agricultural Economics from the University of Ghana.

                              

NORTHEAST GONJA DISTRICT

1.      Mohammed Musah Tindawu

2.      Salifu Dramani

3.      Anass Karim

 

The committee recommends Mr. Mohammed Musah Tindawu for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Mohammed Musah Tindawu is an ardent supporter of the party in the constituency. He is team-spirited and has to ability to work well with the party grassroots. He is a problem solver. He is currently the patron for Salaga North Constituency and a member of the 2020, 2012, and 2016 campaign teams.

He holds a BA in Sociology from the University of Ghana and an MA in Social Work, New Delhi University, India.

SAWLA-TUNA-KALBA 1.      Gbulo Toma

2.      Banasco Seidu Nuhu

3.      Albert Obraka Wuor

 

The committee recommends Mr. Gbulo Toma for nomination as DCE. Mr. Gbulo Toma is from the Vugla ethnic group which tends to vote for the party. He enjoys the widespread support of the people and the party executives.

Mr. Gbulo Toma has worked extensively for the party in various capacities namely, polling station officer, constituency secretary, and regional financial secretary.

He holds MA in Education in Educational Management from the University of Winneba and an MSc in Health Education and Promotion from KNUST.

WEST GONJA MUNICIPALITY

 

1.      Karim Musah Kusubari

2.      Seidu Abu-Jaja

3.      Ayuba Seidu

 

The committee recommends Mr. Karim Musah Kusubari for nomination as MCE.

Mr. Karim Musah Kusubari is the constituency secretary and has worked very well with the MP. He exemplifies the partnership we need to be successful and to break the eight. He has an in-depth appreciation for the political and development issues facing the district/constituency.

He is a Registered Midwife from Goaso Midwifery Training and a Health Assistant, Damango Nursing Training College.

NORTH GONJA DISTRICT 1.      Adam Eliasu

2.      Salifu Simon Baba

3.      Adam Thompson

 

The committee recommends Mr. Adam Eliasu for renomination as DCE. He performed very well, and his renomination may be beneficial for the district.

He holds a BA in Economics and Information from the University of Ghana and a MA in Local Economic Development from the Institute of Local Government.

The committee also humbly recommends the appointment of a perceived leader in the Tampilma community, a two-time parliamentary candidate for the party, and immediate past deputy regional minister, Mr.Samuel Tika, to a position to appease the minority Tampilma group. This community tends to vote for the NPP. In the 2020 general elections, they voted over 60% for the party.

NORTHEAST REGION DISTRICT SELECTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION WEST MAMPRUSI 1.      Issahaku Arimeyaw Somo Lucky Basintale

2.      Joshua Kwara

3.      Sulemana Zibzillah

 

The committee recommends Mr. Issahaku Arimeyaw Somo Lucky Basintale for renomination as MCE.

Mr. Issahaku Arimeyaw Somo Lucky Basintale has done a phenomenal job as MCE.

He is driven, youthful and embodies the ambitions of the people. His expressed vision includes attracting investment to West Mamprusi.

He has held various positions in the party namely—polling station agent, member of elections campaign Team, TESCON Vice President, and TESCON President.

He holds BSc in IntegratedDevelopment Studies from the University of Development Studies.

CHEREPONI 1.      Kofi Salifu Orlando

2.      Zuweiratu Mada Nashiru

3.      Lambini Kombat Sakab

 

The committee recommends Mr. Kofi Salifu Orlando for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Kofi Salifu Orlando was very instrumental in the 2020 general elections. He worked very closely with the MP and party executives for the success of the party. He has made accelerating development and peace in the district his utmost priority. He was the deputy constituency secretary from 2001 to 2009 and the substantive Constituency Secretary from 2009 to 2013.

He holds a BA in Education Psychology from the University of Cape Coast.

BUNKPURUGU 1.      Joseph Louknaan

2.      Abdul-Majeed Azumah Duuti

3.      Emmanuel Dokin Seidu

 

The committee recommends Mr. Joseph Louknaan for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Joseph Louknaan is currently the planning officer of the district. He is the patron of the NPP Loyal Ladies and the V20 coordinator, he was a TESCON secretary in school and the constituency IT coordinator in the 2012 general elections.

He holds an MSc in Development Planning and Management from KNUST and BA in Integrated Development Studies from the University of Development Studies.

MAMPRUGU/MOAGDURI

 

1.      Adam Abu

2.      Kande Ibrahim Adjei

3.      Amadu Iddi Nachi-Naba

 

The committee recommends Mr. Adam Abu for renomination as DCE. Mr. Adam Abu is a unifier, hardworking and his nomination will bode well for the district. He did tremendously well as the DCE and appear to have the support of the people and the party structures.

He is a problem solver, passionate, and highly energetic.

He was among other things served as the constituency secretary, constituency communications director, collation agent in 2016, Party Agent as well as Chairman for NPP Mamprugu Youth Network in 2016.

 

He holds an Advanced Diploma from the Institute of Commercial Management – UK.

 

 

EAST MAMPRUSI 1.      Elijah Abdulai Suleman

2.      Rashida Mahama

3.      Jimbi Cyban Issahaku Adams

 

The committee recommends Mr. Elijah Suleman Abdulai for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Elijah Suleman Abdulai is an active grassroots operative of the party. He considers the development of the party and district as his motivation to serve. He is deemed a unifier, and his appointment may help unify the district/constituency from the emergence of factions in the constituency.

He holds BSc in Renewable Natural Resources Management from KNUST.

YUNYOO-NASUAN 1.      Konlan Bitian

2.      Joseph Soayam Mambilimba

3.      Dahamani Dabo

 

The committee recommends Mr. Konlan Bitian for nomination as DCE.

Kolan is seen as a unifier, one who could foster a good relationship between the Kokombas and Mamprusis. He currently holds a position as the constituency organizer and campaigned vigorously for the success of the party in the 2020 general elections. His hard work won for the party 13 out of the 14 polling stations in the Bimoba Zone assigned to him.

 

He holds BA in Education and Diploma in Basic Education from the University of Cape Coast.

NORTHERN REGION DISTRICT    SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION YENDI MUNICIPALITY 1.      Zakaria Abubakari Saddiq

2.      Alhaji Ahmed Yussuf Abubakar

3.      Fusheini B. Zakaria

 

The committee recommends Mr. Zakaria Abubakari Saddiq for nomination as MCE.

He eloquently explained how he can help maintain peace and security in the Municipality. He helped the MP in various ways during the 2020 elections in which the MP has acknowledged. He was the collation officer in the 2020 elections. Mr. Sadiq provided much of the logistics needed for the collation center. He adopted several youth groups and polling stations in the constituency. He is also a TESCON Patron for the University of Education.

He is a PhD candidate in Mathematics, at UDS.  He holds an MBA in IT Management from Paris Graduate School of Management; and an M.Ed. in Mathematics from the University of Winneba.

NANTON DISTRICT 1.      Abdulai Murtada

2.      Alhaji Abdul-Karim Iddrisu

3.      Mohammed Jamal Abdul-Nassir

 

The committee recommends Abdulai Murtada for nomination as DCE. He has the vision of consolidating the gains of the party by building a strong relationship between the MP, DCE, constituency executives, and the traditional leaders.  He has worked actively for the party since 2000. He campaigned well for the MP and the Party.  He is presently the constituency secretary, a former research officer, and an electoral area coordinator. He is the Assembly Member for Nantong Limam Fong.

He holds BA in Education from the University of Education, Winneba.

KARAGA DISTRICT 1.      Iddrisu Mohammed Saani

2.      Alhassan Yabdow

3.      Alhaji Kaleem M. Ibrahim

 

The committee recommends Mr. Iddrisu Mohammed Saani for nomination as DCE. Mr. Iddrisu Mohammed Saani expressed a vision to work with all stakeholders to fight extreme poverty and promote development. He referred to introducing modern farming techniques, education, and improve healthcare access as measures he will prioritize.  He expressed himself very well and showed detailed knowledge of the issues confronting the district/constituency party.

He served the party from his school days as a TESCON Secretary at Bimbila Training College. He was the zonal coordinator and finance committee member of the 2020 general elections campaign.

He holds a BSc in Statistics from UDS and Diploma in Basic Education from E.P. College of Education, Bimbilla.

TOLON 1.      Fuseini Salifu Issifu Moshie

2.      Dokurugu Ibrahim

3.      Yakubu Balchisu

 

The committee recommends Mr. Fuseini Salifu Issifu Moshie for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Fuseini Salifu Issifu appears to understand the challenges facing the district/constituency compare with the other applicants. He is a long-standing member of the party. He presents himself as a father figure to party members in the Nyaankpala Zone, a zone with the highest number of polling stations in the constituency. He defended the party in the Nyaankpala zone at the height of the chieftaincy disputes.

Due to his perseverance and hard work, the party increased its votes in the 2020 general elections in the Nyaankpala zone.

Mr. Fusheini was a member of the 2020 general elections campaign team and secretary to the Chiefs and Traditional Leaders Committee.

He holds a Certificate in Agriculture from Ejura Agricultural College.

 

NANUMBA SOUTH 1.      Issifu Zakaria

2.      Alhassan Abubakar  Suadiku

3.      Fuseini Zakaria

 

The committee recommends Mr. Issifu Zakaria for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Yussif Zakaria demonstrated considerable knowledge of local government issues when he appeared before the committee. He also has a good understanding of the grassroots dynamics of the party and how to tackle them. His drive and commitment to the party were unaffected when he was not chosen as the DCE in 2017.

He was a member of the 2020 general elections campaign team. Mr. Yussif has served as the constituency secretary.

In 2013, he stepped down as Secretary in the interest of peace.

He holds M.A in Communication Studies and BA in Management Studies, both from the University of Cape Coast.

NANUMBA NORTH MUNICIPALITY 1.      Abdulai Yakubu

2.      Bawa Alidu Alazi

3.      Ziblim Nantogmah

 

The committee recommends Mr. Abdulai Yakubufor re-nomination as MCE.

Mr. Abdulai Yakubu worked well with the tripod, and that contributed to the relative peace and effective collaboration with the party executives and MP.

His doors were always opened to all. He worked hard to ensure that the party did not only win the seat but also increase its vote share.

He holds BBA in Human Resource Management from Laweh Open University College and Dip. In Finance and Accounting.

 

 

TATALE-SANGULI 1.      James Cecil Yanwube

2.      Tayer Maxmillan Gmayasanbe

3.      Elizabeth Ajua Mahama

 

The committee recommends Mr. James Cecil Yanwube for nomination as DCE. He is a former MP for the constituency. He mobilized the Basara voters for the 2020 general elections, and the result shows an increased vote outturn for the party.

He visited the constituency every month to campaign for the party. He is seen as the father in the Basara community.  His nomination will achieve tribal balance, given that, the MP is a Konkomba.

He holds ACCA qualification and an MBA from the University of Lincolnshire & Humberside, London.

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SAGNARIGU MUNICIPALITY 1.      Yakubu Ahmed Mohammed

2.      Yakubu Abdallah Iddrisu

3.      Husein Yunus Alhassan

 

The committee recommends Mr. Yakubu Ahmed Mohammed for nomination as MCE.

Mr. Yakubu Ahmed Mohammed contributed to the 2020 general elections. He knows the constituencies that constitute the municipality. He is seen by all groups and stakeholders as an objective and hardworking person. He enjoys the support of the chiefs, the youth, and the majority of the party executives from the two constituencies.

 

He has served the party in the following roles—

Polling station chairman, research, and research and elections officer(verify from the CV) in Sagnarigu.

He holds MPhil in Innovation Communication from UDS and B.Ed. in Guidance and Counselling from the University of Education, Winneba.

ZABZUGU DISTRICT 1.      Ahmed Abubakari-Iddrisu

2.      Hamdia Shahadu Alhassan

3.      Tobzoi Nasamu Zakari

 

 The committee recommends Mr. Ahmed Abubakari Iddrisu for renomination as MCE.

Mr. Ahmed Abubakari Iddrisu is the current DCE. He did well with the management of the tripod. His inter-personal relationship attracted more people to the party, a key contributor to the constituency’s success in the general elections. He is a regular visitor to the district to interact with the people.He demonstrated skills and knowledge of the local government system and related development issues.

Mr. Ahmed was a member of the Northern Region Communications Team and a patron of TESCON in Bagabaga College of Education

He holds M.Ed. in English and B.Ed. in English, both from the University of Cape Coast.

SAVELUGU MUNICIPALITY 1.      Aliyu Issahaku Gbambegu

2.      Dr. Salifu Alhassan Nantogma

3.      Hajia Ayishetu Seidu

 

The committee recommends Mr. Aliyu Issahaku Gbambegu for nomination as MCE.

He worked hard during the 2020 elections and finances party activities.

He has appreciable knowledge of local governance.  He relates well with the grassroots. Several stakeholders in the constituency have spoken well of Mr. Aliyu. He was the 2020 V-20 Coordinator and a former Parliamentary aspirant for Savelugu. He is a government appointee to the assembly.

He holds MA in Human Resource Management and BSc. in Agricultureboth from the University of Cape Coast.

KUMBUNGU DISTRICT 1.      Abdul Salam Hamza Fataw

2.      Abdulai Mohammed Saani

3.      Bangahan Yakubu Sulemana

 

The committee recommends Mr. Abdul Salam Hamza Fataw for renomination as DCE.

He is the current DCE, whose candidacy helped doubled the party’s votes in the 2020 general elections. He expressed a vision to accelerate developmentfor the people.

He served as the constituency secretary from 2005 to 2017.

He holds a Diploma in Basic Education, B.Ed. in Education from University of Education Winneba

 

KPANDAI DISTRICT

1.      Atta Emmanuel K. Tatablata

2.      Ladur Joseph Kinyoban

3.      James Kpajal

4.      Jato Taligma Kennedy

No decision yet MION DISTRICT 1.      Samuel Kwesi Negin Mahama

2.      Aminu Iddrisu

3.      Abdul Rauf Damba

The committee recommendsMr. Mahama Negin KwasiSamuelfor nominationas DCE.

He is a grassroots person and has an in-depth knowledge of the district and constituency. He was the PC for the constituency in 2004 and 2008, and marginally lost to the N He was also a member of the 2020 campaign team.

He holds a Diploma in Basic Education from the University of Education, Winneba.

SABOBA DISTRICT 1.      Amadu Mohammed Faisal

2.      Gnafori Konibiyab Jacob

3.      Torbi Daniel Ujoranyi

 

The committee recommends Mr. Amadu Mohammed Faisal for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Amadu Mohammed Faisal understands the local government system well. He has a good working relationship with almost all the clans in the district. Though, a Moshie, he speaks the Konkomba language well. He is the son of the current Chief Imam of Saboba. He supported the 2020 campaign effectively.

He is a member of NPP London Branch, NPP UK-Northern Ireland, a former TESCON Secretary, and a polling station agent.

He is a PhD Candidate in Communications, Media and Local Governance Studies, at the University of Westminster in London

He holds MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Development Studies, Tamale.

GUSHEGU DISTRICT 1.      Yaja Dawuni Robert

2.      Mohammed Inusah

3.      Musah Issah

 

The committee recommendsMr. Yaja Dawuni Robert for nomination as DCE.

He was the Campaign Coordinator for the Konkomba Zone. He is a long-standing member of the party and the presiding member of the Gushegu Assembly.

He holds BA in Education from the University of Cape Coast and a Diploma in Basic Education from Dambai College of Education.

TAMALE METROPOLIS 1.      Alhassan M. Oldman

2.      Abubakari Sham-Una Ghazi

3.      Abdul-Ganiyu Ahmed

4.      Hajia Sayibu Amama

5.      Musah Mutawakilu

6.      Fuseini Iddrisu

7.      Abdallah Pegu Shamsudeen

8.      Fuseini Mohammed Saani

9.      Yakubu Yussif

10.  Salifu Sule

11.  Issahaka Sahadatu

4.      Bright Oteng-Henneh

 

 

No decision

KARAGA DISTRICT 1.      Iddrisu Mohammed Saani

2.      Alhassan Yabdow

3.      Kaleem M. Ibrahim

 

The committee recommendsMr. Iddrisu Mohammed Saanifor nomination as DCE.

Mr. Saani campaigned strongly for the party in the overseas’ zones in 2020, as a member of theconstituency campaign team. He served as TESCON deputy communication secretary as well as the secretary to the 2012 general elections’ finance committee.

He holds a BSc in Statistics from UDS and Diploma in Basic Education from E.P. College of Education.

OTI REGION DISTRICT SELECTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION KADJEBI DISTRICT 1.      Wilson Agbanyo

2.      Rebecca Justina A. Okyerewaa Okyere

3.      Tassah Abubakar Safiwu

 

The committee recommendsMr. Wilson Agbanyo for nomination as DCE.

The nomination of a Ewe will bode well for the party and its fortunes among the majority Ewe group in the constituency.  Mr. Agbanyo is an active member of the party, and he campaigned vigorously for success in the 2020 general elections.

He indicated that he would work to ensure increased IGF and drive local development initiatives. He plans to make the party attractive, particularly to the Ewe community.

Mr. Agbanyo was the constituency organizer from 2001 to 2005, two-time constituency research officer 2009 to 2013 and 2014 to 2018, head of the collation center in 2020, and the leader of the D-Day operations.

He holds MA in Human Resource Management and a BA in Religion & Classics, both from the University of Cape Coast.

BIAKOYE DISTRICT 1.      Freeman Adolph Dankwa

2.      Aganu Christian Badu

3.      Daniel Korsinah

4.      Comfort A. Attah

No decision yet JASIKAN MUNICIPALITY 1.      Elizabeth Kessewaah AnimAdjornor

2.      Seidu Musah

3.      William Kwasi Agyei

 

The committee recommendsMadam Elizabeth Kessewaah Anim for nomination as MCE.

Madam Elizabeth Kessewaah is an intelligent lady who has worked and continues to do so passionately for the growth and attractiveness of the party. She is well connected and will use her networks to gradually help Buem to become a business hub in the Oti Region. She discussed a plan to establish an apprenticeship center to train the unemployed youth in ventures built around the natural resource endowment of the area.

She was the D-Day coordinator for the 2020 general elections and the constituency secretary. Madam Anim was a Tescon Women Organizer while studying at the Jasikan College of Education.

She holds BA in Education from the University of Education, Winneba.

KRACHI EAST MUNICIPALITY 1.      Abubakari Salifu

2.      Koki Timothy Kwasi

3.      Collins Yaw Ahenkorah

 

The committee recommendsMr. Abubakari Salifu for nomination MCE. Mr. Abubakari Salifu worked spiritedly for the party in the 2020 general elections. He is singled out as the one person, who does not belong to factions or camps in the constituency. He relates well with everyone, a tendency that could be leveraged to unify and grow the party.

Traditional authorities in the constituency have given very good remarks about him saying, his nomination will promote peace and unity in the constituency.

Mr. Abubakari is the Organizer for Oti Region. He was the constituency organizer for two terms, assistant secretary, and a TESCON secretary in Legon.

He holds MA in Leadership and Development and BA in Administration.

KRACHI NCHUMURU DISTRICT 1.      Kwasi Nkrumah Ogyile

2.      Augustine Appiah Kwasi

3.      Innocent Kakateche Tachie

 

The committee recommendsMr. Kwasi Nkrumah Ogyile for nomination as DCE. Mr. Kwasi Nkrumah Ogyile has an in-depth knowledge of the local issues and has worked and continues to work to improve the fortunes of the party in the constituency. As the chairman, he embraced the PC and worked for the success of the party in the 2020 general elections. He has fairly good working relations with the party executives, the youth, and chiefs and elders.

Holds BSc in Electrical Engineering from KNUST.

On the account of testimonies by party people, the committee humbly recommends that Mr. Innocent Katatchi, the 2020 PC, is appointed to a position to help resource him for the general elections in 2024.

KRACHI WEST MUNICIPALITY 1.      Peter Krah

2.      Ahmed Babah Alhassan

3.      Douglas Osei

4.      Kwame Ogyadu Donkor

5.      Jelullah Emmanuel Kajal

No decision yet. NKWANTA SOUTH MUNICIPALITY 1.      Lenwah Bright Kwame

2.      Felix Owusu-Gyimah

3.      Thasun John

 

The committee recommendsMr. Lenwah Bright Kwame for renomination as MCE. Mr. Lenwah Bright Kwame was impressive at the vetting. He demonstrated superior knowledge of party affairs and local government administration. He shared a vision that focuses on mobilizing local resources to promote socio-economic development. He was the Oti Regional collation agent for the 2020 general elections.

He holds a BA in Environmental and Resource Management from the University of Development Studies.

NKWANTA NORTH DISTRICT 1.      Nawugma Kidinang William

2.      Triko Ogan Emmanuel

3.      Maniin Simon

 

The committee recommendsNawugma Kidinang Williamfor nomination as DCE. He is a three-time constituency secretary, very well-liked, and has an in-depth knowledge of the constituency. He was instrumental in the 2020 general elections which saw the NPP votes increased exponentially.

He holds a BSc in Agri-Business from E.P. University College and a Diploma in Basic Education from the University of Cape Coast.

VOLTA DISTRICT SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION KPANDO MUNICIPALITY

 

1.      Geoffrey Kodzo Badasu

2.      Antoinette Oklu

3.      Eric Legacy Fiah

 

The committee recommends Mr. Badasu Kodzo Geoffrey for nomination as MCE.

He intends to make NPP more visible and attractive in the constituency. He was the Constituency Secretary from 2008 to 2016. He was also the Constituency Campaign Manager in the 2012 campaign.

He is currently the Acting Scheme Manager for NHIS in Kpando as well as the NHIS Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the Volta Region.

He holds an MBA and a B.Ed. in population and Family Life, both from the University of Cape Coast.

NORTH DAYI DISTRICT

 

1.      Edmund Attah Kudjoh

2.      Daniel Kasu Komla

3.      Sena Aku Apawu-Bri

 

The committee recommends Mr. Edmund Attah Kudjoh for renomination as DCE. He is well-grounded in local politics. He relates well with executives, chiefs, and the youth. He has in-depth knowledge of local government and decentralization. He was the former constituency chairman.

He holds an MA in Development Studies and a BA in Classics and Philosophy both from the University of Cape Coast.

AFADZATO SOUTH DISTRICT

 

1.      James Etornam Flolu

2.      Delali Yawo Ndo

3.      Benjamin Kwaku Tefe

 

The committee recommends Mr. Etornam James Flolu for renomination as DCE.

He has good communication skills which he used in unifying the constituency. He has a very good rapport with his constituents. He is the incumbent who has done well for the party and the district as DCE.

He holds BA in Political Science and Information Studies from the University of Ghana.

HOHOE MUNICIPALITY

 

1.      George Kofi Boateng

2.      Kenneth Kodzo Ayim

3.      Noble Daniel Awimey

 

The committee recommends Mr. George Kofi Boateng for nomination as MCE.

Mr. George Kofi Boateng has a strong relationship with the party grassroots. He has held positions such as PC for Hohoe in the 2000 general elections, Regional Secretary from 2009 to 2014, Director of Research for the 2008 Campaign Team, and a member of the 2020 Election Campaign Team. The current DCE cannot be retained because of the SALL issue.

He holds BA in Social Science from KNUST.

AKATSI NORTH DISTRICT

 

1.      Ofosu Simon Peter Kofi

2.      Prosper Patu Kofi

3.      Paul Agbesi Ayrah

 

The committee recommends Mr. Ofosu Simon Peter Kofi for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Kofi Simon Peter was the immediate past PC. He performed well for the party and given the opportunity; he would contribute to the fortunes of the party.

He has an M.Phil. in Development Studies from the University of Cape Coast, MA in Humanities, and BA in Psychology from UCC.

AKATSI SOUTH DISTRICT

 

1.      Martin Kofitsey Nyahe

2.      Felix-Ham Kwashie Nugor

3.      Leo – Nelson Adzidogah

 

The committee recommends Mr. Martin Kotitsey Nyahe for nomination as DCE. Mr. Martin Kotitsey Nyahe is a very good mobilizer. He is also the former constituency chairman. He is a grassroots man who commands the respect of community leaders and the larger constituency.

 

He holds a GCE Advanced Level from St. Paul Secondary School.

ADAKLU DISTRICT

 

1.      Bright Kwame Nyatsikor

2.      Juliana Kpedekpo

3.      Aaron Feron Fenuku

 

The committee recommends Mr. Bright Kwame Nyatsikor for nomination as DCE. He has an impressive understanding of the local political and development issues. He exhibited a potential to improve the party’s gain in the district.

The current DCE failed to provide accurate information on the number of polling stations in the constituency and other vital information on the 2020 elections. It was clear he never participated in the elections.

He is pursuing an MA in Development Communication at the Ghana Institute Journalism and BSc. in Agric Engineering from KNUST.

CENTRAL TONGU DISTRICT

 

1.      Raymond Escambellar Abledu

2.      Ebenezer Kwadzo Azumah

3.      Moore Zonyrah

 

The committee recommends Mr. Raymond Escambella Abledu for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Raymond Abledu was the immediate 2020 PC for the constituency. He significantly improved the votes of the party in the last elections. He is determined to improve the fortunes of the party. He is conversant with the district/constituency and relates well with the chiefs, the youth, and the constituency executives.

He holds an MBA from the Australia Institute of Business and a BA in Psychology and Linguistics from the University of Ghana.

SOUTH DAYI DISTRICT

 

1.      Kumfo Joy Delali

2.      Godwin Dzadzawa Kwame

3.      Ernest Patrick Mallet

 

The committee recommends Mr. Kumfo Joy Delali for nomination DCE.

He is a very enthusiastic person who can be nurtured as a future PC. He enjoys widespread support among the youth, party executives, and opinion leaders. He has shown commitment and ability to improve the fortunes of the government and party in the district/constituency.

He was a TESCON President and a current Treasurer and communications team member of the South Dayi Constituency. He holds a BSc in Computer Science, from UDS.

KETU NORTH MUNICIPALITY

 

1.      Enoch Amegbletor

2.      Gabriel Kwasi Awudu

3.      Anthony Avorgbedor

 

The committee recommends Mr. Enoch Amegbletor for nomination as DCE. He is very articulate and dynamic. He presented an impressive vision for the district.  He is a former Regional Communication Officer as well as Deputy Youth Organizer for the party.

He holds an LLB and MA in Communication from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.

 

ANLO DISTRICT

 

1.      Edward Kwadzo Eddah

2.      Adranyi Joseph Kujo

3.      Seth Kwashie Yormewu

 

The committee recommends Mr. Edward Kwadzo Eddah for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Edward Edda was the PC for the party in 2016. He is eloquent and communicates government policies well. Mr. Edward Edda is the comprised candidate between the current DCE and the constituency executives. He is in good standing relates well with the party grassroots in the constituency. The current DCE is embroiled in an ongoing EOCO case.

Mr. Edward Edda was the first vice Chairman of the then Keta constituency from 2000 to 2004.

 

He holds an MA in Public Administration from the University of Ghana; a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration from GIMPA; and a BA in Political Science and Psychology from the University of Ghana.

KETU SOUTH MUNICIPALITY

 

1.      Elliot Edem Agbenorwu

2.      Maxwell Koffie Lugudor

3.      Jarvis Koffie

 

The committee recommends Mr. Elliot Edem Agbenorwu for nomination as MCE. Mr. Edem Agbenorwu worked effectively in the last elections for the percentage of the party to increase. Per his interaction with the committee, he can become the PC, for the party in the next elections.

He is a Communication Team Member. He was the constituency Assistant Secretary from 2009 to 2013. He holds an MBA from KNUST and BA in Economics from the University of Cape Coast.

KETA MUNICIPALITY

 

1.      Benjamin Sena Dzameshie

2.      Courage Hope Goldberg-Grimm Lekettey

 

The committee recommends Mr. Benjamin Sene Dzameshie for nomination as DCE.

He is the immediate past PC of the party who did very well for the party. He is a medical officer who used his profession to help the party increase its votes in the 2020 general elections. He can also be a good candidate for the party in the 2024 general elections.

He is a founding member of TESCON at the Nursing & Midwifery Training College in Keta. He holds MPhil. Applied Epidemiology, University of Health and Allied Science; MBBS/MD, Crimea State Medical University (Russia).

AGORTIME ZIOPE DISTRICT

 

1.      Perry Kwashie Nuwordu

2.      Harrison Loveson Komla Dzreke

3.      Stephen Adjah

 

The committee recommends Mr. Perry Kwashie Nuwordu for nomination as DCE.

He is a long-standing member of the party who is known in the constituency. He worked very well for the party in the 2020 elections. He relates well with all the stakeholders in the party in the constituency. He appears to have a workable plan to improve opportunities for growth in the district.

He holds a Post Graduate LLB from GIMPA and BSc. in Administration from the University of Cape Coast.

HO WEST

 

1.      Ernest Victor Apau

2.      Bernard Kwaku Torwoe Setsoafia

3.      Eric Nick Yao Gonyuie

 

The committee recommends Mr. Ernest Victor Apau for renomination as DCE.

He is well versed in the administrative procedures of local governance. He knows the district/ constituency dynamics well. He campaigned well for the party in the 2020 general elections.

He was Constituency Chairman for Ho West from 2015-2017. A Member of the Regional Communication Team from 2008 to date.  He was a former Youth Organizer for Ho West from 2002 to 2005.

He holds an MA in Public Administration and a BSc. in Business Administration from the University of Ghana.

HO MUNICIPALITY

 

1.      Bright Kwame Sedoame Doh

2.      Divine Richard Komla Bosson

3.      Samuel Attachie-Anku

 

The committee recommends Mr. Bright Kwame Sedoame Doh for nomination as MCE.

He was eloquent on local governance issues and possess a working knowledge of the constituency Tripod. He contributed appreciably to the 2020 general election campaign. He relates well with the constituents especially, constituency executives and chiefs.

He is the current Secretary of the constituency and former government Appointee to the Ho Municipal Assembly from 2017 to 2019.

He holds MSc in Project Management, BSc in Construction Technology from KNUST.

NORTH TONGU 1.      Shabanton Moses Kwesi Dutsrogbe

2.      Divine Osborn Fenu Kwadzo

3.      Richard Collins Arku

 

The committee recommends Shabanton Moses Kwesi Dutsrogbe for nomination as DCE.

He is a good organizer and has a demonstrable track record of mobilizing the constituency to advance the party’s goals. He has good interpersonal and communication skills. He has since 2018, been part of a team that periodically trains NABCO trainees and also served as a presiding officer in the 2008 and 2012 general elections.

He has served the party in the following roles: current regional research and elections officer, constituency secretary, and TESCON president.

Mr. Dutsrogbe holds a BA in Communication Studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.

SOUTH TONGU 1.      Ahadzie Joseph

2.      Seth Kwasi Agbi

3.      Emmanuel Louis Agama

 

The committee recommends Mr.Ahadzie Joseph for nomination as DCE.

Mr. Joseph Ahadzie showed in-depth knowledge of the dynamics of local political issues. Since 1992, the NPP votes for both Presidential and Parliamentary have never surpassed 4,000. But with the tireless efforts of Mr. Ahadzie, the parliamentary votes moved from 3,595 to 10,272.

Mr. Ahadzie was the parliamentary candidate for the party in the 2020 general elections. He was the district manager for NHIA in South Tongu from 2004 to 2014.

Mr. Ahadzie holds an MA in Business Administration from KNUST and BSc in Tourism from the University of Cape Coast.

WESTERN NORTH DISTRICT SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION SEFWI WIASO MUNICIPALITY 1.      Benjamin Oppong

2.      Golly Antwi-Boasiako

3.      Louis Owusu-Agyepong

 

The Committee recommends Mr. Benjamin Oppong for nomination as MCE. He has served the party very well in several capacities. These include polling station secretary, constituency research and elections officer, and assistant constituency secretary. He is the current constituency secretary. He is active, energetic, and a great mobilizer for the party. He was campaign coordinator in the 2016 elections and handled campaign operations in the 2020 elections in the constituency.

 

Benjamin Oppong holds a Diploma in Basic Education, BSc. in Information Communication Technology, and BBA Management, all from the University of Education, Winneba.

 

BIBIANI AHWIASO BEKWAI MUNICIPALITY 1.      Joseph Halifax Amandeh

2.      Alfred Amoah

3.      Michael Gyamprah

4.      Korsah Kofi Anane

5.      Paul Andoh

No decision SEFWI AKONTOMBRA DISTRICT 1.      Yawson Amoah

2.      Frederick Coffie

3.      James Mintah Adusei

 

The Committee recommends Mr.Yawson Amoah for renomination as DCE.

He has served as constituency secretary for two terms. He worked very hard in the last four years as DCE and cooperated with the MP and the constituency executives resulting in the victory of the party in both presidential and parliamentary elections.

He holds a BA in Social Science from the University of Cape Coast.

 

JUABOSO DISTRICT 1.      Godfred Kwabena Agyei

2.      Maxwell Quansah

3.      Stephen Affum Kroko

 

The Committee recommends Mr. Godfred Kwabena Agyei for renominationas DCE.

Mr. Godfred Kwabena Agyei was a constituency chairman of the party, a former Assembly member, and a Presiding Member. He played a leading role in the 2020 elections. His nomination will ensure stronger connections between the Assembly, the party, and the general population.

He holds HND in purchasing and supply from the Institute of Management Studies.

BODI DISTRICT 1.      Samuel Opoku Nyame

2.      Ignatius Akwasi AmankwahVictor Nkrumah Arthur

3.      Francis Kwasi Atta-Owusu

No decision yet. AOWIN MUNICIPALITY 1.      Stephen Owusu Armah

2.      Felix Foster Ackah

3.      Isaac Ofori

4.      Samuel Adu-Gyamfi

No decision yet. SUAMAN DISTRICT 1.      Paul Boahen

2.      Philip Kwabena Boahen

3.      Christian Baah

The Committee recommends Mr. Paul Boahen for nomination as DCE.

He is a former Polling Station Secretary, Assistant Constituency Secretary from 2004 to 2013, and Constituency Secretary from 2013 to date, and a government appointee to the Assembly since 2017.

He holds Teachers Certificate A, BA of Education in Ghanaian Language, and a candidate for Master of Education in English Language from the University of Education, Winneba.

BIA WEST DISTRICT 1.      Bernard Gyebi Blay

2.      Anthony Marshall Arpoh

3.      John Koah

The Committee recommends Mr. Bernard Gyebi Blay for nomination as DCE.  Mr. Bernard Gyebi Blay is the first vice-chairman of the party and the PC for the 2020 parliamentary elections and increased the party’s vote share.

The incumbent DCE looks tired and less capable of mobilizing support for the party in the area.

Mr. Blay is expected to take advantage of the position to prepare for the 2024 general elections.

Gyebi Blay brings to the role a commitment to build consensus through proactive engagement.

He holds BSc. in Accounting from Central University College and an MBA in Project Management from GIMPA.

 

BIA EAST DISTRICT The Committee recommends Mr. Nicholas Kupog Yayin for nomination as DCE.

He was the 2020 PC for the party in the constituency and his performance was impressive. He closed the almost seven thousand (7000) vote difference between the NDC and NPP PC in 2016 to just two thousand (2000) votes in 2020.

He holds BSc in Economics and Business Administration and has worked in the cocoa industry as District Manager of Cocoa Merchant Ghana Ltd and the Nyonkopa Cocoa Buying Ltd in the Western North Region and has built a working relationship the grassroots and cocoa farmers thus, his nomination would help strengthen the party in the district.

WESTERN REGION DISTRICT SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION SEKONDI-TAKORADI METROPOLITAN 1.      Abdul-Mumin Issah

 

The Committee recommendsMr. Abdul-Mumin Issahforrenomination as MCE.

Abdul-Mumin Issah is a former Chairman of the party in the Takoradi Constituency from 1997 to 2008. He is the current MCE who from all indications has acquitted himself creditably. He plans to improve job opportunities for the youth and decongest the city of Sekondi-Takoradi of haulage trucks that park on the roadside and drive the 1D1F agenda if he is renominated.

He holds BAin Nautical Science, a Certificate of Competence in Lifeboat Manning, and a Certificate of Competence in Proficiency in Survival Techniques from the Cyprus Maritime Academy.

EFFIA KWESIMINTSIM MUNICIPALITY 1.      Kojo Acquah The Committee recommends Mr. Kojo Acquahfor renomination as the MCE.

Kojo Acquah has a background in Alternative Dispute Resolution. He was appointed as MCE in August 2018 following the creation of the Municipal Assembly. He has worked and lived in the municipality since 1988. He has worked in several political and voluntary service capacities namely, Assemblyman for Sofo Zongo (2002-2006), Constituency Organizer from 1993 to 1997, Regional Organizer from 2001 to 2008, and Deputy National Organizer from 2010 to 2014.  He was part of the regional and constituency campaign team in 2016 and 2020.

He holds a G.C.E. O’Level Certificate from Dunkwa Universal Technical School.

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MPOHOR DISTRICT 1.      Ignatius Asaah Mensah

 

The Committee recommendsMr. Ignatius Asaah Mensahfor nomination DCE.

He enjoys the support of most of the constituency executives and played a crucial role in the reconciliation efforts that united the various factions emerging from the primaries.

Holds BA of Education in Psychology and LLB from the University of Cape Coast and Mountcrest University College respectively.

SHAMA DISTRICT 1.      Ebenezer Dadzie

2.      Joseph Amoah

3.      Joseph C. Garbrah

 

The Committee recommendsMr. Ebenezer Dadzie for renomination as the DCE

Mr. Dadzie worked for the party as Polling Station Secretary from 2002 to 2008. He is the current research and elections officer, and a former constituency secretary. Mr. Dadzie appears to have performed creditably as DCE. He has shown motivation to work to realize the president’s vision to create jobs.

Holds HND in Accounting from Cape Coast Technical University and BA in Commerce from UCC.

WASSA EAST DISTRICT 1.      Emmanuel Boakye

2.      Godfred Okyere-Owusu

The Committee recommends Mr. Emmanuel Boakyefor nomination as DCE.

He has been the Constituency Chairman from 2013 to date. Mr.  Boakye’s vision includes access to senior high school education through the building of additional senior high schools to complement the only one in the district and the establishment of a cassava processing factory in the area to create jobs for the youth.

Emmanuel Boakye holds the General Certificate of Education and Diploma in Business Administration.

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TARKWA-NSUAEM MUNICIPALITY 1.      Benjamin Kessie

2.      Francis Arisi Eliason

3.      Isaac Blay

 

 

The Committee recommends Mr. Benjamin Kessie for renomination asMCE.

Mr. Kessie is a hardworking MCE who from all accounts contributed to the victory of the party in the 2020 general elections.

He is a three-term former Assemblymemberof the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality from 2010-2019 and former Presiding Member from 2017 to 2019.  He has also served as constituency secretary for three terms from 2009 to date.

Mr. Kessie holds a Certificate in Marketing, Public Relations and Advertising from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, a Certificate in Safe Management from the University of Mines and Technology, a BA of Education in Foundations of Education UCC, and also MA in Governance and Sustainable Development from UCC.

 

PRESTEA HUNI-VALLEY MUNICIPALITY 1.      Dr. Isaac Dasmani

 

The committee recommends Dr. Isaac Dasmani for renomination as MCE.

He has a good working relationship with the party executives and played a leading role in the 2020 general elections campaign. He is a Northerner from the Prestea zone. Given that the NDC MP hails from the Aboso zone of the constituency, the renomination of Dr. Dasmani would strengthen efforts by the party to court the support of voters in the Prestea enclave.

He holds BA in Economics, MPhil in Economics, and PhD Economics from UCC.

AMENFI CENTRAL DISTRICT 1.      Patrick Hockson Amponteng

2.      Stephen Nyarko

3.      Abass Mohammed

The Committee recommends Mr. Patrick Hockson Ampontengfor renomination as DCE.

Mr. Hockson Amponteng was Parliamentary Candidate in the 2016 and 2020 elections. He has a good working relationship with the constituency and polling station executives with ten (10) of the constituency executives supporting his renomination.

Mr. Hockson Amponteng holds a Diploma in Mineral Engineering from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and an MSc in Mineral Engineering from UMAT.

 

AMENFI EAST MUNICIPALITY 1.      Helena Appiah

2.      Frederick Kumah

3.      Ernest Frimpong

4.      Frederick Korankye

Undecided AMENFI WEST MUNICIPALITY 1.      Lord Nana Tandoh

2.      Nicholas Takyi

3.      Paul Dekyi

The Committee recommends Mr. Lord Nana Tandoh for nomination as MCE.

He is a Patron of the Western Regional Youth Wing and Chairman of the Constituency Finance Committee. He was the constituency deputy campaign manager for the 2020 general elections.

He holds BSc in Human Resource Management from the Central University.

AHANTA WEST MUNICIPALITY 1.      John Agyare

2.      Henrietta Mary Eyison

3.      Kwesi Asobenyah Buah

 

The Committee recommends Mr. John Agyarefor nomination as MCE.

He was the electoral area coordinator from 2009 to 2013 and is currently the secondvice-chairman of the party from 2013 to date. He trainedparty agents for the 2012, 2016, and 2020 general elections and played a role in the D-Day coordination for the 2020 elections.

He holds Diploma in Basic Education and a BA of Education in English from UCC.

NZEMA EAST MUNICIPALITY 1.      Frank Okpenyen

2.      Prince Charles Erzuah

3.      Dorcas Elizabeth Amoah

4.      Eric Essien

 

Undecided JOMORO MUNICIPALITY 1.      Louisa Iris Arde

2.      Francis Adjei

3.      Samuel Namoah Polley

 

The Committee recommends Madam Louisa Iris Ardefor nomination asMCE.

Madam Louisa Iris Arde is the Constituency Communications Officer and member of the Regional Communications Team.

She holds a BA in Social Studies Education and MPhil Social Studies Education from the University of Education, Winneba.

ELLEMBELLE DISTRICT 1.      Abeka Dauda Anvengyene

2.      Eunice Abrema Tumi

3.      Isaac Menlah

 

The Committee recommends Mr. Abeka Dauda Anvengyenefor nomination as MCE.

Mr. Anvengyene is the Special Assistant to the National Chairman of the party.

He served as the assistant constituency secretary from 2014 to 2015 and later as acting constituency secretary from 2015 to 2018. He was TESCON President in Essiama Community Health Training School from 2009-2010 and a government appointee to the Assembly from 2017 to 2019.

He holds a Certificate in Community Health Nursing, Certificate in Heart Health from the Essiama Community Health Nursing School; a Certificate in Public Finance Management from the University of London; a BSc Environmental and Natural Resource Management from the Presbyterian University College, and an MBA Oil and Gas Management from UCC.

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GREATER ACCRA DISTRICT SELECTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION ASHAIMAN 1.      Albert Boakye Okyere

2.      Alhaji Labaran Yakubu

3.      Daniel Kow Acquah

 

The committee recommendsMr. Albert Okyere for renomination as MCE.

He has a vision to promote the local economy by ensuring an increase in the IGF. Plans to strengthen party-government relations. Mr. Okyere campaigned well for the party in the 2020 elections and understands the dynamics of the constituency.

 

He was a National Council member of the party 2014 to 2017. He is also a former second vice-Chairman for Greater Accra Region from 2014 to 2017 and a former Organizer from 2006to 2010.

He holds Diploma in Marketing issued by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

TEMA METRO 1.      Charles O. Boateng

2.      Doreen Ayensu-Nyarko

3.      Yohane Armarh Ashitey

The committee recommend Mr. Charles O. Boateng for nomination as MCE.

He is a grassroots member of the party who has worked tirelessly for the party. He enjoys widespread support with party executives, youth, and opinion leaders in the constituency.

 

He was the Constituency Chairman, Tema Central from 2013 to date and executive committee member of the Greater Accra party from 2013 to date.

 

He holds an HND in Accounting from Open University, UK and

 

He holds an executive Project Management- (Economic Development) Economic and Management Science, University of Stellenbosch. SA; 2020, and Business Leadership and Management- (Executive Development) Business School – University of Stellenbosch; 2019.

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LEDZOKUKU 1.      Mordecai Quarshie

2.      Ms. Kwao-Nmai Gifty

3.      Obed Tawiah Mensah

The committee recommendsMr. Mordecai Quarshie for nomination as MCE.

He is an active member of the party who actively campaigned for the party in the 2020 general elections. He understands the importance of working with the Tripod to ensure party and government success.

 

He is a member of the Communications Team from 2004 to date anda former Financial Secretary. He was also the Campaign Manager of the 2016 elections in the constituency.

 

He holds an Executive MBA from GIMPA and Chartered Marketer, with the Chartered Institute of Marketing and UK and BSc in Administration from Legon

Accra Metropolitan Assembly 1.      Mohammed Nii Adjei Sowah

2.      Elizabeth K.Tawiah Sackey

3.      Reginald Niibi Ayi-Bonte

The committee recommendsMr. Mohammed Nii Adjei Sowah for renomination asMCE.

He has been an advocate for the President’s goals and agenda to do with sanitation in Greater Accra.

 

He was the regional secretary from 2009 to 2017, constituency secretary for Ododiodidio from 2006 to 2007 and the PC for Odododiodio in 2008.

He holds MSc in Local Economic Development from the Institute of Local Government Studies, MA in International Relation and Diplomacy from GIMPA and BSc in Public Administration from Legon.

 

SHAI OSUDOKU 1.      Renner Awatey Kwesi Noah

2.      Fred Offer

1.      Stephen Nene Oyortey

The committee recommends Mr. Renner Awatey Kwesi Noahfor be nomination as DCE.

He participated actively in the 2020 elections.He has an impressive knowledge of the local government system. He also demonstrated how he can effectively forge a good relationship with the tripod to ensure the development and party unity.

He is member of the Communication Team.

He holds MAin Divinity from the American Bible University, Diploma in Theology from The Bible Institute of Ghana and Certificate in Human Resource Management from Graduate School of Governance and Leadership.

ABLEKUMA WEST 1.      George Cyril Bray

2.      Sylvia Opoku Manu

3.      Edward Asante –Boamah

 

The committee recommendsMr. George Cyril Brayfor renomination as MCE.

Per all indications, he has performed satisfactorily. He campaigned activelyin the 2020 general elections. He has a good relationship with stakeholders in the constituency.

 

He was the research and elections officer in and campaign manager2012.  He was also the campaign manager, 2016 elections.

 

He holds MSc in Strategic Management and Leadership from KNUST, BBA in Marketing from Methodist University and a Certificate in Event Management from Ghana Institute of Journalism.

ABLEMUMA NORTH 1.      Kofi Ofori

2.      George Kofi Nkrumah

3.      John Nii Asharku Ortin

The committee recommendsMr. Kofi Oforifor nomination as MCE. He plans to improve the road networks, Health and sanitation in the district. He is very popular in the constituency. He has campaign for the party in the 2020 general elections and continues to campaign for the party.

He served aschairman of chairmen from 2004 to 2008. He was a regional as well as constituency campaign team member for the 2008 and 2012 general elections.

He holds Diploma in Business Studies, Top Accountancy School and Secretaryship.

ABLEKUMA CENTRAL 1.      Mariama Karley Amui

2.      Frank Kwasi Debrah

3.      Jonathan Kwaku Quaye

The committee recommends the nomination of Mariama Karley Amui as MCE.

She related with party executives and the chiefs. She has working knowledge of the local government system. She worked actively in the 2020 general. Her doors were open to everyone.

 

She served as Regional Women Organizer from 1996 to 2002, constituencyWomen Organizer from 1994 to1996 and Chairperson of Council of Elders from 2017to date.

 

She holds O’ Level Certificate from Okuapeman Secondary School.

WEIJA GBAWE 1.      Patrick Kwesi Brako Kumor

2.      Stephen Owusu Afriyie

3.      Robert Nii Armah Tagoe

The committee recommends Mr. Patrick Kwesi Brako Kumor for renominationas MCE.

He worked tirelessly to ensure the party increase its votes in the constituency. He also campaigned effectively in every corner of the constituency. He has forged a good relationshipwith party executives in the constituency, and he particularly ensured the tripod worked effectively in the course of his work.

 

He was the constituency campaign manager in the 2016 elections and a former constituency firstvice chairman from 2013-2017.

 

He holds AACA Part II. He is currently pursuing BSc in Accounting Information System at the Regent University College.

LA NKWANTANANG -MADINA 1.      Abubakari Sadick Ahmed

2.      Samuel Bompin Ababio

3.      Alexander Nyarko Amin

 

The committee recommendDr. Abubakari Sadick Ahmed for nomination as MCE.

He campaigned actively in both 2016 and 2020 general elections. He is a long-standing member of the NPP in the constituency and understands issues that needs urgent attention to ensure party growth and development. His service is appreciated by both the youth, chiefs, party executives, and the opinion leaders. He demonstrated a good understanding of the local government system.

 

He has served as a member of the Council of Elders 2017 to date and also the chairman of D-Day Committee and Coordinator for the Madina West One Zone.

 

He holds BA in French/Arabic from the University of Ghana, Post Graduate Diploma IN Mass Communication Studies from the University of Ghana and PhD from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, SA.

GA CENTRAL 1.      Mohammed Bashiru Kamara

2.      Emmanuel Tobbin

3.      Anthony Boadu

 

The committee recommendsMr. Mohammed Bashiru Kamara for nomination as the MCE.

He is a long-standing member of the party in the constituency. He has been at the forefront of the political campaigns since 2009. He is widely respected based on his good interpersonal communication skills.

 

He has served as constituency secretary from 2009 to date;electoral area coordinator from 2004 to 2008 andmember of the 2004 general elections campaign team.

 

He is studying for an LLB at UPS andhas a BA in Political Science from the University of Ghana.

GA SOUTH 1.      Joseph Nyarni Stephen

2.      Paul Ibrahim Baako

3.      Collins Odame

 

The committee recommendsMr. Joseph Nyarni Stephenfor renomination as MCE.

As the MCE, he worked very well with the party in the constituency.

 

He was a member of the 2020 Campaign Team, 2016 D-Day Coordinator, a former Constituency Chairmanfrom 2014 to 2017, and a former constituency second vice chairman from 2011-2012.

 

He holds HND in Veterinary Science from the Institute of Micaela Bastidas, Isla de la Juventud, Cuba.

GA WEST 1.      Michael Nii Boye Adjei

2.      Andy Mensah

3.      Samuel A. Adjetey

 

The committee recommends Mr.Michael Nii Boye Adjeifornomination as MCE.

He understands the local government system. He spoke well of how he help the president in actualizing the developmental agenda of the nations. He discussed a well-conceived plan to increase internally generated funds to augments the Common Fund.

 

He served as the chairperson for the Welfare Committee, Amasaman. Member, Finance Committee, Amasaman. Member of Campaign Team.

 

He holds MA in Development Management from GIMPA and BA in Geography and Resource Development from University of Ghana.

GA NORTH 1.      Simon Sekyim

2.      Kwaku Amponsah Oteng

3.      Doris Agyare Frimpong

 

The committee recommendsMr. Simon Sekyimfor nomination as MCE.

Mr. Simon has a good knowledge of the constituency and local governance. He was very active during the 2020 general elections. He has the respect of the chiefs, youth groups, and the party executives.

 

He was a member of the Greater Accra 2020 Operational Team and the D-Day coordinator for both 2016 and 2020 elections in the Trobu constituency. He is a former electoral area coordinator for Fise.

 

He is pursuing MA in Public Health at the University of Ghana. He holds BSc in Nursing from thePresbyterian University College

GA EAST 1.      Elizabeth Kaakie Mann

2.      Robert Bonsu

3.      Janet Tulasi Mensah

 

The committee recommends Madam Elizabeth Kaakie Mannfor nomination as MCE.

The nomination of Elizabeth will balance the ethnic composition of the constituency. She worked actively during the 2020 general elections. She has great appeal to across the ethnic groups in the constituency.

 

She was the secretary to the General Secretary from 2008-2014. She is a member of the Dome-Kwabenya’s Women’s Wing from 2016 to date.

She holds BSc in Business Administration from UPSA.

AYAWASU CENTRAL 1.      Alhaji Mohammed Quaye The committee recommends Alhaji Mohammed Quayeforrenomination as MCE.

The tripod worked well under his two-year tenure as MCE. He also funded the activities of the party in the constituency.

He is a former regional organizer of the party from 2000 to 2008 and Ayawaso Central Chairman.

 

He holds GCE O. Level Certificate from St. John’s Grammar School.

AYAWASO NORTH 1.      Aminu Mohammed Zakari

2.      Alhaji Yussif (Fofana)

3.      Jeff Kassim Korsah

 

The committee recommendsMr. Aminu Mohammed Zakariafor renomination asMCE.

 

He was the PC in the 2016 general elections. He was also the National Press Secretary of the Nasara Wing from 2004 to 2007.

He holds an MBA from the University of Ghana Business SCHOOL, and BSc in Administration from University of Ghana.

AYAWASO WEST 1.      Sandra Owusu-Ahinkorah

2.      Nii Lantey Lamptey

3.      Alfred Oben-Mensah Nana

 

The committee recommendsMadamSandra Owusu-Ahinkrah for renomination as MCE.

He plans to work hard to complete on-going projects in the municipality. It is indicative in available accounts that she did well as MCE. The tripod worked well during her tenure. She supported the 2020 general elections with funds and logistics.

 

She is pursuing MA in Program in Supply Chain Management at Ghana Telecom University and has B.Ed. in Home Economics from Bronx Community College.

AYAWASO EAST 1.      Adam Sabo Abdul-Rahman

2.      Ali Baba Yussif

3.      Salma Mohammed Sani Adams

 

The committee recommendsMr. Adam Sabo Abdul-Rahmanfor nomination as MCE. His displayeda clear understanding of the local political and developmental issues in Ayawaso. He is also a popular with the party executives, youth groups, opinion leaders, and the chiefs. He also has knowledge of the local government system procedure.

 

He is Member of the National Communication Team. He is former Regional Secretary from 2017 to 2018, former Deputy Regional Secretary from 2013 to 2017 and a former constituency secretary, 2009 to 2013.

 

He is currently pursuing MA in business administration from UPSA and holds BSc in Business Administration (Marketing) from UPSA.

ADA WEST 1.      Sampson Tetteh Kpankpah

2.      Ing Sumuila Sappore

3.      Lena Baakey Kwao-Teifio

 

The committee recommendsMr. Sampson Tetteh Kpankpahfor nomination as MCE.

He understands the operations of the local government system. He relates well with the youth, constituency executives, opinion leaders and the chiefs. He was very instrumental in the 2020 elections. He understands the dynamics of the constituency.

 

Mr. Kpankpah has served as constituency organizer for Sege from 2014 to date, Collation Agent in 2016;electoral area coordinator from 2002 to 2006 and polling station secretary from 1996 to 1998.

He holds a BSc in Construction Technology from KNUST and Construction Technology (Part 1 Part 11) from Kumasi Polytechnic.

ADA EAST 1.      Sarah Dugbakie Pobee

2.      Isaac Appeanteng Yeboah

3.      Suzette Naa Norley Dornukie Nortey

 

The committee recommends Madam Sara DugbakiePobeefor renomination as MCE.

She was the PC for the in 2020 general elections. The votes of the party increase in percentage terms. She understands the dynamics of the district. The tripod worked well and may continue to do so if she is renominated.

 

She related well with the constituency executives. She rented an office for the party.  She has very good relationship with the chiefs, and the youth as well as council of elders of the constituency spoke well about her.

 

She holds G.C.E “O” Level and a Certificate in Management & Leadership.

KROWOR 1.      Naa Adoley Wuta-Ofei

2.      Helena Borteley Anum

3.      Shadrack Odai

4.      Joshua Nii Bortey

No decision NINGO PRAMPRAM 1.      Jonathan Teye Doku

2.      Emmanuel Tetteh Addo

3.      Rita Adotey

 

The committee recommend Mr. Jonathan Teye Doku to be renominated as DCE. He worked well with the PC and the party executives. The tripod relation worked well without any complains. He also campaign to the admiration of all in the 2020 elections. He understanding of the local government system operations is good. His relationship with the traditional authorities was also excellent.

 

He was always a Campaign Team Member; 2008, 2012, 2016. He was also the Research Officer; 2009, 2012, 2013, 20107. And a former Deputy Youth Organizer; 2008-2012.

 

He holds the following educational qualifications: LLB (Final Year), Central University and BSc in Physics, KNUST, 2001.

LA DADEKOTOPON 1.      Solomon Kotey Nikoi

2.      Akua Eguakun

3.      Konfort Adeu Kotey

 

The committee recommendMr. Solomon Kotey Nikoi to be re-nominated as MCE. The evidence on the ground showed the tripod worked well. He also understands the functioning of the local government system. He knows the dynamics of the constituency. He campaign well during the election.  The traditional authorities also hailed him for relating well with him.

 

He played the following political roles before becoming MCE: Constituency Chairman, 2018-2019; Constituency First Vice, 2013-2018 and Treasurer, 2009-2013

 

He holds a Diploma in Theology and Psychology, Trinity Theological Seminaryand a Diploma in Technician Engineering, Accra Polytechnic,1993-1995.

KORLE-KLOTTEY 1.      Samuel J. Nii Adjei Tawiah

2.      Christian Nii Tei Quaynor

The committee recommend Mr. Samuel Nii Adjei Tawiah to be renominated as MCE. He has a good knowledge of the workings of the local government system. He also understands the dynamics of the constituency. He has a very good explanation of the constituency profile. The constituents like him a lot because he has been a long standing loyal member of the party. The traditional leaders also extol his virtues. He intends generally transforming the Korle-Klottey into a business hub.

 

He played the following political roles: Member of the National Council, 2018-date; Greater Accra Regional 1st Vice Chair, 2018- to date; Parliamentary Candidate 2008, 2012; and Constituency Chairman, 2005.

 

He holds the following educational qualification: BA (Hon) in Social Policy, Middlesex University, London, 1993-1996; and Advanced Technology Training, Tower Hamlets College, London; 1988-1989.

OKAIKWEI NORTH 1.      Boye Laryea

2.      Alhaji Abdul-Rahman Sulemana

3.      Felix Ampadu Anokwa

4.      George Commey

The committee recommendedMr. Boye Laryea to be nominated as MCE. He knows the dynamics of the constituency. The also gave a deeper explanation of the constituency profile. He campaign vigorously towards the 2020 elections. He visited every corner of the constituency to campaign. He also has a good relation with the traditional rulers. He also has the backing of the majority of the youth in the constituency. The tripod functioning functioned well in his first tenure in office.

 

He played the following political roles: Constituency Youth Organizer, 1997-1999; Deputy Regional Youth Organizer, 1997-1999; Deputy Regional Organizer; 1999-2002 and was also the Parliamentary Candidate, 2008.

 

He holds an Auto Mechanic Certificate, Opportunity Industrial Centre; 1984-1987. Currently pursuing in BA at University of Ghana.

ADENTAN 1.      Joseph Odai Boye

2.      Ebenezer Doku

3.      D. A. Nii-Noi Adumuah

The committee recommend Mr. Joseph Odai Boye to be nominated as MCE. He is currently the Presiding Member of the Assembly. He has good relationship with the chiefs and opinion leaders in the constituency. The youth and party executives like him. He can attract new members to the party. His understanding of the local government system is phenomenal. The knowledge of the constituency profile is at his tips.

 

He has played the following political roles: 1st Vice Chair, 2018 – to date; 2nd Vice Chair; 2013 – to date; Member of the Fund Raising Committee 2012, and Electoral Area Coordinator, Adjiringanor, 2009-2013.

 

He holds a BA, Public Relation Management, UPS, 2017-2021.

TEMA WEST 1.      Adwoa Amoako

2.      Anna Adukwe Addo

3.      Hectar Arnold Sam-Tagoe

4.      Eric Opoku Bosompem

5.      Nana Obrempong Owusu

 

 

NO DECISION

KPONE KATAMANSO 1.      Ing. Felix Tetteh

2.      Samuel Okoe Amanquah

 

The constituency is sharply divided between the PC and MCE. As such, the committee is recommend two people who are not aligned to any of the factions to be nominated for the MCE. Any of the selected will be of good choice to the constituency. The two choices all understand the local government system operations. They both have an in-depth knowledge of the dynamics of the constituency. They both have good relationships with the youth, chiefs, the PC and the MCE.

 

Ing. Felix Tetteh is the current Constituency Secretary. He is a former Treasurer, 2014-2018. He is also a Government Appointee to the Assembly and a former Electoral Area Coordinator (Dengla/Afieye and Laakoi), 2008-2013.

He holds the following educational qualifications: PhD Candidate (Civil Engineering), Atlantic International University; 2020- 2023; Masters in Project Management, AIT (OUM, Malaysia), 2012-2014 and BSc Civil Engineering, Kaaf University College (KNUST; 2010-2012).

 

Samuel Okoe Amanquah has played the following political roles: was the 2020 Deputy Campaign Manager; member of the Fund Raising Committee and a member of the Campaign Team (2004 – 2020).

 

He holds MBA In Finance, Coventry University, UK, 2019 and BSc in Accounting, KNUST, 2016.

UPPER WEST DISTRICT SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION DAFFIAMA/BUSSIE/ISSA Mr. Nadi Imoro Sanda The committee recommends Mr. Nadi Imoro Sanda to be nominated as the DCE. He is a Geodesist by profession and an immediate past parliamentary candidate of the constituency. He performed well by increasing the votes of the party by three thousand, three hundred and forty (3340), representing a percentage increase of 19.29%. He has good relationship with the Electoral Commission, the constituency executives and other key stakeholders in the District. Therefore maintaining him will help to promote the interest and build the party.

 

The committee further recommends that Rita Yaloonaa Bayor should be groomed for leadership responsibility in the country as she has a great potential.

 

The old DCE was an arm-chair person who did a poor job on marketing the party. He was not visible in the constituency.

 

Missing Educational Background

JIRAPA  DISTRICT 1.      Collins Kofi Tange

2.      Augustine Bawaabu

3.      Bayor Vitus Suglo

The committee recommends Mr. Collins Kofi Tangye to be nominated as the DCE. Mr. Collins Kofi Tange, currently, is the Assistant Secretary of the Jirapa Constituency. He is the Assistant Director II. He was the 2020 D-Day Coordinator and a member of the Communication Team.

He is strong with in-depth knowledge of the issues and politics of the constituency. Mr. Tange is a unifying personality within the constituency. He worked with all the stakeholders during the 2020 elections.He holds BSc in Mathematics, U.E.W. (2009-2013).

 

The incumbent MCE has contributed extensively to the disunity in the party at the constituency. She controls a faction of the constituency executive has contributed a lot of problems. To maintain the incumbent MCE will deepen the factionalism in the constituency.

LAMBUSIE  DISTRICT 1.      Naluri George Gerard

2.      Clara Diaka

3.      Braimah I. Wikana

The committee recommends Mr. Naluri George Gerardto be nominated as the DCE. Mr. Naluri George Gerard is the current Constituency Secretary.  He is a Teacher and he is currently pursuing MA in Development Economic, UDS. He also holds BA in Economics, KNUST; 2009-2013. He also did HND in Statistics and Computer Science, Kumasi Polytechnic; 2002-2005).

 

He represents the appropriate geopolitical strata of the constituency that is the Sissala ethic group. His Sissala linage will help him to mobilize the Sissala zones of the constituency. He seeks to improve the relationship between the Party and Government. He has strong support of his Member of Parliament for his ability to mobilize based on his contribution to the 20202 Parliamentary and Presidential Campaign.

 

Clara Diaka on has huge potential which should be nurtured for the growth of the party in the constituency. The incumbent DCE has unresolved issues with the Member of Parliament thus his reappointment will create further problems in the constituency. The incumbent DCE contributions to the party are very woeful. He has unresolved issues with various stakeholders

NANDOM DISTRICT 1.      Mr. Nero Raymond The committee recommends Mr. Raymond to be nominated as the DCE. The committee received one application from Nandom District Assembly. Mr. Nero Raymond is the Constituency Secretary. He knows the constituency well. He is a very good mobilizer. He has the support of the entire constituency executive and the Member of Parliament.

 

 

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LAWRA MUNICIPAL 1.      Bomba-Ire Martin Domotiere The committee decided that the incumbent Municipal Chief Executive Mr. Bomba-Ire Martin Domotiereis recommended to be renominated for the MCE position. The former District Manager of National Health Insurance had a very close relationship with the Member of Parliament. He works well with the constituency executive to promote the interest of the party in the district. He contributed to mobilize the constituents, but challenges associated with internal cohesion within the party as well as the ability of the National Democratic Congress to unite with one objective hampered the gains made.

He holds Master of Arts in Human Resource Management, UCC; 2008-2010.

NADOWLI-KALEO 1.      Katherine T. Lankono

2.      Dambia Osbert Salifu

3.      Ali Gado

The committee recommendMr. Dambia Osbert to be nominated for the DCE position. He worked very well for the party during the 2020 election. He has fantastic knowledge of the local government system. He also knows the dynamics of the constituency. He is the Presiding Member of Nadowli-Kaleo District Assembly. He is the Vice Principal of Wa Technical Institute, a former Constituency Organizer and Regional Research Officer.

 

He has extensive managerial and administrative skills to help manage the Assembly. He is also a strong organizer who can mobilize the constituency to increase the fortunes of the party. He holds Med Educational Administration and Management, U.E.W; 2010-2010. He also holds Bed in Mathematics, U.E.W; 2001-2005.

 

The Incumbent DCE had strain relationship with the constituency executives. Her support to the arty was very poor. She never had a structured means of supporting the party in the last four years.

SISSALA EAST 1.      Mr. Fuseini Yakubu Batong

2.      Benin Sulemanai

3.      Karimu Nanyua

Mr. Fuseini Yakubu Bantong is a Patron of the Party and a professional Teacher. He is the Regional Director for Non-Formal Education and two term constituency chairmen. He has impeccable knowledge about the District Assembly system. He contributed extensively to the 2020 presidential and parliamentary campaign. He has the support of the Member of Parliament. He campaigned vigorously during the 2020 elections. He is seen as a unifier to the factions in the constituency. He relates and gels well with all stakeholders in the constituency.

He is a two time constituency chairman (2009-2018). Also a former Constituency Financial Secretary (2004-2008). He is a Member of the Council of Elders (2018-date).

 

He holds BA in Education, UCC; 2005-2007. He also holds Diploma in Basic Education, UCC; 2002-2005.

 

Mr. Benin Sulemani former constituency secretary requires nurturing for future leadership for the party.

SISSALA WEST DISTRICT 1.      Ayisha Imoro Batong Hor

2.      Salifu  Naliwie Baluwie

3.      Zinider Naab Wilfred

 

The Committee recommend Madam Ayisha Imoro Batong Hor to be nominated for the DCE position.  She is Banker who manages micro finance across the entire constituency. She comes to the position with a sense of unity. The party is sharply divided along various factions. She will be the unifier who can contribute to building the party. She also has previously contributed to the fortunes of the party.

 

She was part of the 2020 Campaign Team. She is also a government appointee to the assembly.

 

She holds BSc in Commerce (Accounting Option), UCC; 2011-2013. She also holds Diploma in Commerce, UCC; 2005-2008. Additionally, she holds Diploma in Business Studies.

 

ALSO: Salifu Naliwie Baluwie, who was the 2020 PC, has a great leadership potential and should be nurtured.  Unfortunately, he is connected to one of the factions in the constitution.

WA EAST 1.      Mr. Ewurah Suleman Kadia Mahama

2.      Moses Jotie

3.      Bayon Godfrey Tangu

Dr. Ewurah Suleman Kandia Mahama is recommended to be nominated for the DCE position. He was Coordinator of the 2020 campaign. He is currently the Presiding Member of the Wa East District Assembly. His demonstration of impeccable knowledge and understandings of local development politics makes him the suitable candidate for the position of the DCE. He is the Presiding Member of the district assembly. He is loved by all in the constituency. The different ethnic groups all see him as a unifier to the factions in the constituency.

 

His ethnic group Chakale is very important in the context of the geopolitics of the constituency – that is the Wala and Sissala politics. Dr. Mahama is a very strong mobilizer which is critically needed in the constituency.

 

He holds PhD in Electronic Government, Huazhong University of Science And Technology, China; 2017. He holds MSc in Public Administration, Huazhong University of Science And Technology; 2011.

WA MUNICIPAL 1.      Mr. Osuman Abdul-Hamid

2.      Haruna Tirah

3.      Tahiru Issahaku Moomin

The committee recommend Mr. Osman Abdul-Hamid to be nominated for MCE.He contributed significantly during the 2020 general elections. He is a very good mobilizer who can increase the fortunes of the party into the 2024 elections.

 

The incumbent MCE’s contribution to the 2020 Parliamentary elections limited. He is part of the faction in the constituency problem.

 

Missing Educational Background

WA WEST  1.      Mr. Bukari Ali The committee recommend Mr. Bukari Alito be nominated for DCE. He was the party Communication Director. He comes to the job with strong leadership to drive the development of the party and Central Government agenda.

 

He is the Communicator Director; 2018-date. He was also a member of the 2020 Regional Campaign Team Member. He was also a polling station secretary (Naha Prim.Sch.); 2006-2010.

 

He holds HND in Secretaryship and Management Studies, Sunyani Polytechnic; 2007-2010.

 

 

The incumbent DCE was the center of various confusions that confronted the party in the first term. Retaining him will embolden him to continue to continue the destruction of the party in the constituency.

UPPER EAST DISTRICT SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION NABDAM DISTRICT ASSEMBLY 1.      Agnes Anamoo

2.      Wognab Francis Mbabire

3.      Fredrick Kaayeng

 

The committee recommends Ms. Agnes Amanoo for renomination as DCE. The committee believes that the selected applicant, Ms. Agnes Amanoo, performed creditably well as the DCE and nurtured the party. She has an in-depth knowledge of party issues and has considerable local government experience to continue to advance the party’s fortunes in Nabdam.

 

She holds a Diploma in Education and a Teacher Certificate A.

KASSENA NANKANA MUNICIPALITY 1.      Joseph Adongo

 

The committee recommends Mr. Joseph Adongo for nomination as MCE based on his independence, decisiveness, and non-alignment with factions in the constituency. He has a strong party background, having held several positions.

He is vexed in local government administration being the presiding member and assembly member. He was also served as a constituency organizer and deputy regional organizer.

 

He holds an MA in education—Guidance and Counselling and B.Ed. in Population and Family Life.

KASSENA NANKANA WEST DISTRICT 1.      Gerard Ataogye

2.      Mark A. Ayanga

3.      Auntaaba Joseph

4.      Simon Bayisisiga

No Decision BAWKU CENTRAL  1.      Amadu Hamza

2.      Ibrahim Amando Abdul-Karim

3.      Ustarz Jibril Abubakar

 

The committee recommends Mr. Amadu Hamza for nomination MCE

 

The committee further recommends Mr. Ibrahim Amando Abdul-Karim be appointed to a role and nurtured to become the party’s parliamentary candidate in 2024. He has widespread. Mr. Amadu Hamza knows the constituency very well. He is a two-term secretary of the constituency. He is a Moshie, and his appointment will forge unity in the constituency, which is dominated largely by Mamprusis.

 

He holds a certificate in Judicial Enforcement of Socio-Economic rights from University of Pretoria.

BONGO ASSEMBLY 1.      Ayambire Cletus Innocent

2.      Diana Aduko Aburiya Asuure

3.      Eric Akungu

 

The committee recommends Mr. Ayambire Cletus Innocent and Diana Aduko Aburiya Asuure for an appointment as the DCE.

 

The committee further recommends Diana Aduko Aburiya Asuure for another portfolio in an event that she’s not selected, and Mr. Cletus Innocent Ayambire for the Regional NHIS Director if he’s not chosen for this position. Both candidates have served the party well in different capacities and are unifiers who can bring in new ideas to advance the party.

 

Diana Asuure is grassroots, self-motivated, ambitious, and a team player who relates well and draws people. People in the constituency refer to her as the peoples’ mother.

 

In 2012, she contested for the parliamentary seat in the Bongo Constituency, when the party was in opposition.  She served as a Deputy Regional Women’s Organizer and was part of the 2020 Regional Campaign Team.  She helped in training constituency campaign teams. She enjoys tremendous support from the chiefs, party executives, and patrons.

She holds MBA and BA in Management.

 

Mr. Cletus Innocent Ayambire has served as a Regional Secretary for 12 years. He has held several other positions including TESCON secretary, electoral area coordinator, and deputy regional secretary.

 

He holds MA in Human Resource Management and BA in Information Studies/Political Science.

BINDURI 1.      Ayinga A. Yakubu

 

The committee recommends Mr. Abagre Yakubu Ayinga for nomination as DCE. Mr. Abagre Yakubu Ayinga is knowledgeable in the administrative workings of the local government system. He campaigned well for the party in the 2020 general elections. He served as a constituency chairman from 2009 to 2017, polling station chairman, and collation agent in the 2008 general elections.

 

He holds a Master of Science in Human Resource Management from KNUST and a BA Human Resource Management from Valley View University.

BOLGATANGA MUNICIPALITY 1.      Rex S. A. Asanga

2.      Elvis Figo Atia Awonekai

4.      Amiyura Joseph Atura

The Committee recommends Mr. Rex S. A. Asanga for nomination as MCE. Mr. Asanga performed exceedingly well, very affable, and has a great relationship with the constituents. He was the PC in the 2016 and 2020 general elections, and in both elections, the votes for the party appreciated. The committee is convinced that he has a good chance to win the seat in Bolga Central for the NPP.

 

The current MCE performed abysmally and did not impress the committee. He could not articulate the achievements of the government.

 

Mr. Asanga holds MA in Development Management and BSc in Tropical Agriculture.

BOLGATANGA EAST DISTRICT 1.      David Akologo Amoah

2.      Ayamba Kofi Anambayire

4.      Anafo Joseph Atiah

The committee recommends Mr. David Akologo Amoah for nomination as DCE. Mr. David Akologo Amoah is a strong party person who understands local government issues. He has an in-depth knowledge of the constituency and has a great relationship with party executives.

He is now the chairman of the constituency.

He holds MA in Business Administration and B.Ed. in Accounting and Mathematics.

BUILSA NORTH MUNICIPALITY 1.      Vida Anaab Akantagriwen

2.      Timothy A. Aperagoa

3.      Atuga Albert Ajapoak

 

The committee recommends Madam Vida Anaab Akantagriwen for nomination as MCE. Madam Vida Anaab Akantagriwen has served as the women organizer for the constituency from 2005 to the present. She has a strong grassroots association being a three-term assembly member. The applicant thus has a good working knowledge of the local government system.

 

The current DCE, David Afoko, is alleged by all applicants to be working with the NDC more than the NPP and at loggerheads with the party executives.

 

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BUILSA SOUTH DISTRICT 1.      Daniel Kwame Gariba

2.      Apandiok Joseph Awie-Anuaba

3.      Daniel Kojo Akaachobli

 

The committee recommends Mr.  Daniel Kwame Gariba for renomination as MCE. Mr.  Daniel Kwame Gariba is the current MCE, and we recommend his renomination based on his contribution to development in the district and during the elections. He helped increase the presidential vote by 13.22%.

 

He contributed significantly during the 2020 general elections. He is a very good mobilizer whose nomination may continue to increase the fortunes of the party.

 

He holds MA in Business Administration and BA in Banking and Finance.

PUSIGA DISTRICT 1.      Zubeiru Abdulai

2.      Issaka Seidu

3.      Awinimi Emmanuel

The committee recommends Mr. Zubeiru Abdulai for renomination as DCE. Mr. Zubeiru Abdulai campaigned closely with the PC, provided financial and logistical support to drive the campaign. He has a good relationship with the executives and the grassroots members of the party.

He is experienced in public service administration.

The applicant has served as an NPP youth leader in the constituency, acted as secretary and polling agent for the party.

He was effective in the mobilization of his tribesmen, the Bisa tribe, who gave about 60% of their votes to the NPP.

 

He holds MA in education management and a BSc in Agriculture.

TALENSI 1.      Thomas Pearson D. Wuni

2.      Dr. Edward Naabil

3.      Atograh Nicholas

The committee recommends Mr. Thomas Pearson D. Wuni for nomination as DCE. Mr. Thomas Pearson D. Wuni was the parliamentary candidate for the party in the just-ended elections. He performed incredibly well and if he is resourced, he might win the seat for the party in 2024. He was also the PC during the by-election in 2015 and the PC for the 2016 general elections.

 

He holds MBA in Finance, BA in Business Administration, and LLB.

TEMPANE 1.      Anabida Issaka

2.      Dr. David A. Ayaaba

3.      Cletus Abugri Agegiba

The committee recommends Mr. Anabida Issaka for nomination as DCE

The committee also recommends Dr. David A. Ayaaba in the event Mr. Anabida Issaka is not preferred. Mr. Anabida Issaka is a strong party person and has served as constituency secretary, 2020 general elections campaign team member 2020, 2016, and 2012 campaign coordinator in charge of logistics and transport.

He is passionate about the party’s performance in his community and says he will work to grow the party.

 

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BAWKU WEST 1.      Tahiru Issahaku Ahmed Ayamba Victoria

2.      Anania Daniel A

 

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The committee recommends Mr. Tahiru IssahakuAhmed for nomination as DCE. Mr. Tahiru Issahaku is a social development specialist who has shown a strong commitment to improving the fortunes of the party in his community. He has good interpersonal skills and liked by the party executives and the grassroots. He has considerable experience in public sector administration.

He has served as Upper East Regional chairman, regional vice Chairman, and constituency secretary. He is now a member of the regional council of elders and patrons.

 

He holds MA in Public Health, MA in Peace, Development Studies, and BA in Social Administration.

GARU 1.      Bampil B. Moses

2.      Issaka F. Awunya

 

The committee recommends Mr.  Bampil B. Moses nomination as DCE. In the event, Mr.  Bampil B. Moses is not preferred the committee recommends Issaka F. Awunya. The DCE did not perform as expected did not support the campaign as shown in the Osafo Marfo report.

Mr.  Bampil B. Moses is a versatile grassroots politician who is driven and is a team player with great communication skills. He is a committed party and community member who has served as a presiding member and assemblyman.

He was a vice-chairman for the constituency and the Chief Patron of TESCON in Gbewaa College.He holds MA and BA in English.

EASTERN REGION DISTRICT SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION FANTEAKWA NORTH 1.      Charles Oware-Tweneboah

2.      Gabriel Kess-Yeboah

 

The DCE, Mr. Charles Oware-Tweneboah, has been recommended to be renominated for the DCE position. He has a vision to manage the Assembly in order to attract both Local and Foreign Investors to the district for development.

 

He is currently the DCE of the district.

Some of his achievements since his assumption of duty as the DCE are as follows; dredging of stagnant waters on the Dansor River and its surrounding, one time election of Presiding Member (PM) and grading of Apaa-Feyiase Road.

 

He was a former constituency secretary of Fanteakwa North Constituency; 2012-2016.

 

He holds an MBA in Project Management, Wisconsin International University College, (Accra); 2012-2014. He also holds a BA Political Science, University of Ghana, (Legon, Accra); 1997-2001.

AYENSUANO 1.      Lawrence Asare- Dankwa

2.      Adwoa Asiedu Ida

3.      Josephine Awuku Ansaa Inkoom

 

Mr. Lawrence Asare-Dankwa has been recommended by the committee to be nominated for the position of DCE. He has a vision to use his political experience in grassroot politics to be a team player, unite all factions in the party and provide leadership of service.

 

He is the Client Service Supervisor, Ghana Revenue Authority; 2019 –date.

He is an active member of the NPP since 1992 and has been a member of TESCON – Atebubu Training College; 1993-1996 and KNUST Branch; 2001-2003.

 

He has the following educational qualification: MBA – Finance, University of Cape Coast; 2015. In addition, Executive Post – Graduate Diploma in Labour Policy Studies, University of Cape Coast; 2015.

LOWER WEST AKIM 1.      Seth Oduro Boadi

2.      David Kwashe Apetsi

3.      Kwadwo Odame Antwi

 

Mr. Seth Oduro Boadu has been recommended by the committee to be renominated for the position of the DCE. His vision is to consolidate the electoral fortunes of the party by ensuring the retention of the parliamentary seat whiles increasing the popular votes of the presidential candidate since the constituency is one of NPP’s strong hold. He is currently the Municipal Chief Executive of the constituency.

 

He holds a Master’s degree in Public Sector Management (GIMPA); 2010-2012 and a Bachelor of Education in Accounting and Mathematics (University of Education – Kumasi Campus); 1996-2000.

FANTEAKWA SOUTH – OSINO 1.      Ernest Ofosu

2.      Prosper Kene Mansorley

3.      Justice Okoh Ameyaw

 

Mr. Ernest Ofosu is the recommended candidate by the committee for the District Chief Executive position. His vision is to exhibit selfless leadership that empower every person or group of persons to create local opportunity, growth and impact in every community for the development of the district.

 

He has been the Assemblyman of Beposo Electoral Area (Fanteakwa South Dist) since 2010 and a Presiding Member of the district since 2017.

 

He holds a BSc in Accounting Education, University of Education, Winneba – Kumasi Campus; 2009 -2013 and has a Diploma in Business Studies, Koforidua Polytechnic; 2003 – 2005.

ATIWA WEST 1.      Seth Asante

2.      Kwasi Poku Appiah

3.      Paddy Amponsah Douglas

 

Mr. Seth Asante is the recommended candidate by the committee to be nominated as District Chief Executive. His vision is to see a self – sufficient and efficient governance system. To see the NPP as the dominant party in the district with efficient structures and improving on its electoral dominance at all elections.

 

He has been an NPP member since 1992, participated actively in, and contributed to NPP’s electioneering, particularly in 2016 and 2020. Additionally, he is a member of Atiwa West District Assembly (President’s Nominee)

 

He holds an EMBA (Marketing), University of Ghana, Legon; 2011 and a B.L, Ghana School of Law; 2003.

ABUAKWA NORTH 1.      Nana Twum Ofosu-Asante

2.      Alhaji Umar B Bodinga

  1. Kofi Obeng – Mensah
The committee recommend Nana Twum Ofosu-Asante to be nominated as the candidate for the MCE position. His vision is to create the best opportunity for the inhabitants in the Municipality through government policies, innovative skills, education and best practices.

 

He is the Regional Coordinator – Eastern Region (Ghana); 2020 to Date. He was also the Circuit Supervisor Ghana Education Service; 2017-2019. He is a Member of the Government Spokesperson Team –Eastern Region; 2018 – Date, Communication Team Member – Abuakwa North Constituency; 2012 – Date, V -20 Group Campaign Member and Constituency Research Team Member.

 

He is a PhD Candidate in Migration Studies, University of Ghana (Legon) and has an Mphil in Geography and Resource Development, University of Ghana (Legon); 2016.

 

The committee recommended that, Mr. President should find something for Mr. Alhaji Umar B Bodinga like a Board of Director.

SUHUM 1.      Margaret Darko

2.      Christian Ohene

3.      Lord Kumi Justice

 

Mrs. Margaret Darko has been recommended by the committee to be renominated as the MCE. As the MCE, she worked well with the constituency executives.

She is currently the Municipal Chief Executive. She is currently the Eastern Region Counsel of Patron. She was the Eastern Regional Women’s Organizer; 2014 – 2017 and the Deputy Eastern Regional Womens Organizer; 2010 – 2014.

 

She holds a  STAGE II, (RSA), Modern Institute of Technology (MIT) Kumasi; 1978 – 1981 and holds a STAGE III, (RSA), Modern Institute of Technology (MIT) Kumasi; 1981-1983.

DENKYEMBOUR 1.      Seth Birikorang

2.      Bernard Owiredu

3.      Yaw Opoku Agyei

 

The committee recommend Mr. Seth Birikorang should be renominated as the DCE.

He is currently the DCE of Akwatia Constituency. In 2020 he was a campaign team member of Akwatia Constituency, he was an NPP representative at the coalition Centre Akwatia constituency;2016 and was the Research and Election officer of Akwatia constituency; 2014 – 2018.

 

He holds a BSc (Hons) in Mining Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (Western University College); 2000 – 2004.

ATIWA EAST 1.      Kwabena Panin Nkansah Mr. Kwabena Panin Nkansah is the sole contender and is currently the incumbent. His vision is to provide quality and sustainable socio-economic development for the people to enhance their living conditions and to meet their expectations and aspirations.

He is a Pioneer District Chief Executive, Atiwa East District Assembly; 2018 – Present, 2012 and 2015 Parliamentary Aspirant. Member, Eastern Region MDCEs Association; 2017 to date, Young Executive Forum of the NPP, Ashanti Region 2013 to date.

 

He has an Executive Masters in Business Administration, Ghana Institute of Management & Public Barrister at Law, Ghana School of Law, Accra; 1997 -2001, Administration; 2003 – 2005.

BIRIM SOUTH 1.      Asare Danso

2.      Kwao Adams Mackenzie

The committee recommend Mr. Asare Danso to be renominated as the DCE. The tripod worked well.

He is currently the DCE of the district.

He acted as polling Agent at the most waterloo spots in Akim Swedru Constituency – Arabic School, Akim Swedru 1992 and 1996. He was TESCON local President (University of Education – Mampong); 1997 -2001 and was the constituency Secretary for Akim Swedru Constituency formerly Achiase and Swedru combined; 2001 – 2019.

 

He has a Bachelor of Education (Degree) in Agriculture – University of Education, Winneba and a Diploma in Agriculture Education – University of Education, Winneba.

BIRIM NORTH 1.      George Asante

2.      Christine A.Frimpong

 

The committee recommend Mr. George Asante to be nominated as the DCE. He is the Presiding Member of the Assembly. He is very sociable, eloquent and exhibited competency. His vision is to create an enabling condition for the party and the general public through the effective implementation of development activities, mobilization of the grassroot and inclusion of traditional authorities for the victory in election 2024.

 

He is currently the Head of Corporate Communications Unit, Metro Mass Transit Limited (Head Office, Accra); 2018 – Date.

 

He is the Chairman, Public Relations and Complaints Committee; 2020 – Date and a Member, Birim North District Assembly Audit Committee; 2020 – Date. Additionally, he was a Constituency, Communications Officer, Abirim Constituency; 2010 – 2012.

 

He holds an MBA in Marketing, University of Cape Coast; 2017 – 2020 and a BSc in Marketing, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration; 2014 – 2016.

 

Both the DCE (Remond Nana Damptey) and the constituency Chairman (Baffor Bannor B. Bannor) belong to two entrenched factions.

ACHIASE 1.      Richmond Amponsah Agyabeng

2.      Amoah Solomon

  1. Albert Kofi Owusu
Mr. Richmond Amponsah Agyabeng has been recommended by the committee to be re-nominated as the DCE. His vision is to implement policies of the government to benefit his people, providing needed security for peace to prevail in the district and supporting the party leadership at the constituency to make the party attractive to majority of the people in the constituency.

 

He is currently the DCE of the district. He is the dean of Eastern Region MMDCEs; 2017 – Date. He is the Chairman of Eastern Region Association of Presiding Members; 2015 – Date. Additionally, he was the Vice Chairman for the Constituency; 2013 – 2016 and a Member of the Eastern Region NPP campaign team; 2020.

 

He holds a BSc in Human Resource Management, Pentecost University; 2008 – 2011.

AKEMANSA
  1. Paul Asamoah
Mr. Paul Asamoah is the current DCE. No one applied for the position apart from him. The committee recommended him to be re-nominated since the tripod worked well. His vision is to mobilize the relevant stakeholders, resources to achieve the vision of His Excellency the President and to improve upon infrastructure, and living standards of the people in the District.

 

He is the Deputy Dean of Eastern Region MMDCEs; 2017 – Date. He holds a BSc in Human Resource Management, Regent University of Science and Technology; 2007 – 2010.

BIRIM CENTRAL 1.      Victoria Adu

2.      Kwame Baah Mensah

3.      Kennedy Fosu

 

The committee recommended that Mrs. Victoria Adu be renominated as the MCE for the Municipality. She worked very well with the MP and the party executives.  Her vision is to mobilize resources and involve all relevant stakeholders to improve the living standards of the people in the municipality in order to achieve the vision of the government through interventions and creativity.

 

She was the head teacher at Elshadai M/A JHS (Akim Oda); 2011 – 2019. She was the D-Day Elections Coordinator and Constituency Campaign Team Member – Oda Constituency; 2020. Additionally, she was the Constituency Women Organizer; 2006 – 2019 and an Aseembly Member (Government Appointee); 2017 – 2019.

 

She holds a Bachelor of Education, University of Education, Winneba; 2009 – 2011 and a diploma in Education, University of Education; 2004 – 2007.

KWAHU WEST 1.      Yaw Owusu Addo

2.      Andrews Ameyaw

3.      Amankwa Augustine

 

Mr. Yaw Owusu Addo has been recommended by the committee to be retained as the MCE. His vision is to work tirelessly to support the President to achieve his general objective of building a free, democratic self-reliant country with a higher literacy population.

 

He is presently the MCE of the Municipality. He was an Assembly Member (Government Appointee) of the Kwahu South District Assembly; 2002 – 2004 and a Pioneer Assembly Member (Government Appointee) of the Kwahu West District Assembly; 2004 – 2006. Additionally, he served as the Legal Officer for the Africa Union of Broadcasters (AUB), the continental mouthpiece for all African broadcast institutions based in Dakar, Senegal; 2010 – 2017.

 

He holds a Master in Journalism, University of Wales, Cardiff, UK; 1997 -1998. He has a Professional Certificate in Law, Ghana School of Law; 1994 – 1996.

KWAHU EAST 1.      Isaac Agyapong

2.      Aboagye Solomon

  1. Daniel Kwame Agyapong
Mr. Isaac Agyapong has been recommended by the committee to be renominated as the DCE due to his good work relationship with the party executives. His vision is to mobilize the relevant stakeholders and resources to execute the President’s vision through excellent service delivery and operating within transparent and accountable local governance.

 

He is currently the DCE. He was an Assembly Member, Bokuruwa Electoral Area, Kwahu East District Assembly; 2011 – 2017. Additionally, he was the Campaign Coordinator, Abetifi Constituency and a Member of Eastern Regional Manifesto Committee; 2020.

 

He holds MA in International Development Studies, Presbyterian University College, Ghana; 2018 – 2019 and an MSc in Economics of Technology and Development, University of Cape Coast; 2013 – 2014.

ASSIN MANSO AKROSO 1.      Alex Incoom

2.      Solomon Obeng Asante

3.      Samuel Kyei-Boateng

 

Mr. Alex Incoom has been recommended by the committee to be renominated as the DCE due to his good work relationship with the MP. His vision is to make the Assembly a self-sufficient Assembly that empowers its citizens Socially and Economically.

 

He is the current DCE. He was a Member, Council of Patrons A.M.A. Constituency and D-DAY Organizing Committee, Zone 3 A.M.A Constituency; 2016. Additionally he was a Member, Constituency Campaign Team; 2020.

 

He is a Master of Art in Public Administration student, GIMPA; 2021. He has a BSc in Agric Econs, University of Development Studies, Tamale; 2004 – 2008.

AFRAM PLAINS SOUTH 1.      George Ofori

2.      Evans Kyei Ntim

3.      George Asante

 

Mr. George Ofori has been recommended by the committee to be renominated as the DCE. He worked well with the constituency executives and the PC.  His vision is to see sufficient social infrastructure in the district.

 

He is currently the D.C.E. He was the Constituency Chairman, Afram Plains South; 2014 – 2017; 2010 -2014; 2006 – 2010.

 

He holds a degree in Professional Studies in Education, University of Education, Winneba (Kumasi Campus); 2000 – 2002 and a Building Construction Advanced, Kumasi Technical Institute; 1991 – 1993.

OKERE 1.      Daniel Kenneth Addo The committee recommended that, Daniel Kenneth Addo should be renominated. His vision is to develop Okere into a tourism hub and work hard to improve and maintain the district to continue being a safe seat for the NPP party.

 

He is currently the D.C.E. He was a Government Appointee, Akuapem North Municipal Assembly; 2017 – 2018. He was a teacher, Nfia Senior High School, Adukrom – Akuapem; 2013 – 2018 and a Town Council Chairman, Adukrom; 2013 – 2016.

 

He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Ghana, Legon; 2004 – 2008.

AFRAM PLAINS NORTH 1.      Isaac Ofori-Kore

2.      Asiama Kwesi Anim

3.      Alhaji Boanya Abdul Basit

 

Mr. Isaac Ofori – Kore is the recommended candidate to be nominated as the DCE by the committee. He is the immediate PC and 2016 PC. His nomination will contribute towards mobilizing the party.

 

He is the Claims Manager, National Health Insurance Authority; 2018 – Date. He was the Public Health Coordinator, Ministry of Health/ Christian Health Association; 2014 – 2018.

 

He holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health, Central South University – China, Xiangya School of Public Health, Epidemiology & Health Statistics & Management; 2010 – 2013. Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering, All Nations University Collage, Ghana, Department of Biomedical Engineering; 2006 – 2009.

ABUAKWA SOUTH 1.      Kojo Ofori-Safo

2.      Akosua Asabea Annah

3.      Douglas Boamah

 

The committee recommend Mr Kojo Ofori-Safo to be renominated as the MCE. The tripod worked well. His mission is to strengthen and expand the fortunes of the party through grassroots participation in local governance and also economic and social empowerment of the people.

 

He is currently the MCE. He was the Managing Director, Seam Oil Company, Tema; 2014 – 2019 and a Senior tutor, University of Cape Coast – College of Distance Learning, Accra; 2013 – 2019.

 

He has a certificate in Oil & Gas Programme, Central University College, Accra; October 2016 and M.A, Ports & Shipping Admin, Regional Maritime University, Accra; 2007 – 2008.

ASUOGYAMAN 1.      Owusu Banahene Frimpong

2.      Christian Okomfo Addo

3.      Kwaku Saviour Woanya

 

Mr. Owusu Banahene Frimpong has been recommended by the committee to be nominated as the DCE. His vision is to help raise funds for the district through levying and collection of property rates and building permit rates.

 

He is currently the Director, Ridge Alumetal Co.Ltd; 2012 – Date. He was the Deputy Managing Director, Ridge Alumetal Co. Ltd; 2004 – 2012.

 

He holds a BSc Administration, Banking and Finance, University of Ghana, Legon; 1987 – 1990.

AKUAPIM NORTH 1.      Barimah Awuah Asiedu-Larbi

2.      Emmanuel Offei Kumi

The committee recommended Mr. Barimah Awuah Asiedu – Larbi to be renominated as the MCE since he has been the MCE for just a year, he needs more time to achieve his vision. His vision is to raise the quality and standard of life through women empowerment and improve the quality of Education and Sanitation by 70% at the end of his tenure of office.

 

He is currently the MCE; 2020 – Date. He was the Headteacher, Okuapemman Basic School; 2015 – 2020. He was the Constituency Secretary; 2018 – 2020 and Assistant Constituency secretary; 2014 – 2018. He was a Polling Station Chairman, Kyiriahantan Electoral Area; 2009 to 2014.

 

He is a student at The Ghana School of Law; 2017 – Date. LLB, Ghana Institute of Public Administration (GIMPA); 2011 – 2014 and a B.A. Political Science and English, University of Ghana; 2004 – 2008.

NEW JUABEN SOUTH 1.      Isaac Apaw-Gyasi

2.      Adwoa Asaa Boateng

3.      Benjamin Oduro Asante

 

Mr. Isaac Apaw-Gyasi has been recommended by the committee to be retained as the MCE. His vision is to push the Municipality to become the number one local government institution, fostering economic prosperity for the people.

 

He is currently the MCE. New Juabeng South constituency Executive Member; 2013 – 2020. Regional Campaign Member; 2020. Additionally served as New Juabeng South Constituency Communication Officer; 2009 – 2012 and a Member of the Regional Executive Committee as the Financial Secretary.

 

He holds a Bachelor in Administrative Studies, York University, Toronto-Canada; 1991 – 1996 and A.S.W.A, Andrews University, Ogun-Nigeria; 1981 – 1990.

UPPER MANYA 1.      Dominic Ankrah

2.      Nartey Nti Kofi Foster

3.      Emmanuel Tetteh Sawer

 

Mr. Dominic Ankrah has been recommended by the committee to be nominated as the DCE. His vision is to drive Upper Manya Krobo District Assembly to a safe, prosperous and responsive model district while improving the quality of life of the people.

 

He was an Assembly Member, Asesewa Community; 2016 – 2019. Served as the Constituency Secretary, Upper Manya Krobo; 2013 -2017; 2005 – 2009. Key Party Financier; 2009 – Date. Member of the campaign team; 2020, 2016, 2012, 2008 & 2004.

 

He holds an MBA (Marketing Option), Accra Business School; 2019 – 2020. He has Executive Certificate in Credit Management, Chartered Institute of Credit Management University of Ghana, Legon; 2015 -2016.

LOWER MANYA 1.      Emmanuel Nuetey Siakwa

2.      Elias Adumadu Tekpetey

3.      Nadutey Francis Paddy Kwao

 

The Committee recommend Mr. Emmanuel Nuetey Siakwa to be nominated as the MCE. His vision is to improve resource mobilization, ensure local economic development, identification and completion of all ongoing projects and see to the development of the party.

 

He is currently the Executive Director, Youth and Women Empowerment, Lead NGO for Lower and Upper Manya Krobo; 2013 – Date. He is the Research and Election Officer; 2013 – Date. Member, Election Campaign Team & Executive Committee for the 2020 election. Chairman, Development Planning Sub – Committee; 2017 – Date.

 

He holds MA. Social Policy Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 2008 – 2009 and BSc Development Planning, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology; 1998 – 2002.

AKUAPIM SOUTH 1.      Frank Aidoo The committee recommend Mr. Frank Aidoo to be renominated as the MCE. He was the sole contender. His vision is to complete ongoing projects, make job creation his priority, and promote unity within the party and work to promote the President’s vision.

 

He is currently the MCE. He was the District Commercial Officer, E.C.G.; 2007 – 2012 and C.E.O, Aidoo King Company Limited; 2012 – 2017.

 

Executive Masters in Governance and Leadership Student, GIMPA; Yet to complete. He holds a B.A. Social Studies and Information Studies, University of Ghana; 2003 – 2007.

NSAWAM ADOAGYIRI 1.      Emmanuei Owusu

2.      Godwin Amoafo Smart

3.      Daniel Anim

 

Mr. Emmanuel Owusu has been recommended by the Committee to be nominated as the MCE. His vision is to better the lives of the populace of the Municipality.

He is the Constituency Treasurer; 2018 – Date. He was a polling station Secretary; 2014 – 2018.

 

He holds a BTech in Accounting, Koforidua Technical University, (Koforidua); 2013 – 2015. HND in Accounting, Koforidua Technical University; 2009 – 2012.

YILO KROBO 1.      Eric Tetteh

2.      Asodji Ebenezer Tetteh

3.      Narh Adjirackor

 

Mr. Eric Tetteh has been recommended by the committee to be nominated as the MCE. His vision is to ensure that the Municipality is among the best that provides efficient Social Services such as Sanitation, Security, Education, Roads, and Electricity etc.

 

He is currently the Appointed NADMO Director for Eastern Region; 2019 – Date. He is the Constituency Organizer; 2001 – Date. Director of Operations for Yilo Krobo campaign; 2004, 2008, 2012, 2020. Appointed Member, Yilo Krobo Municipal Assembly; 2017 – Date.

 

He holds a BBA in Human Resource Management, All Nations University College; 2005 – 2008. He has a Teachers Certificate ‘A’, Abetifi Training College; 1989 – 1992.

KWAHU SOUTH 1.      Emmanuel Attah Ofori Snr

2.      Elvis Kwasi Ofori Boateng

3.      Carl Wiafe

 

Mr. Emmanuel Attah Ofori Snr has been recommended by the Committee to be renominated as the MCE. His vision is to ensure that, the Municipality becomes one of the most effective, efficient and accountable in Ghana and in line with the President’s vision.

 

He is currently the MCE; 2017- Date. He is a Member, Eastern Regional Council of Patrons; 2018 – Date. He was the Constituency Chairman, Mpaeso Constituency; 2013 – 2017 and Constituency Treasure; 2008 – 2012. He was the Chairman, Development Planning Sub Committee, Kwahu South Municipal Assembly; 2009 – 2011.

 

He is a BBA- Human Resource Management Student, Christian Service University; 2017 – Date. He holds a New year School – Certificate, University of Ghana, Legon; 2018 -2019.

KADE 1.      Seth Antwi Bosiako

2.      Amponsah S. Justice

3.      Eric Abrokwa

  1. Gifty Obeyaa Asare
NOT DECIDED UPPER WEST AKIM 1.      Eugene Sackey

2.      Alhaji Nurudean Alhassan

3.      Eric Kwesi Mensah

  1. Maxwell Tenkorang
NOT DECIDED NEW JUABENG NORTH 1.      Comfort Asante

2.      Edward Asante

3.      Richard Antwire

4.      Wilson Baah Marfo

  1. Peter Twum Ohene
NOT DECIDED BONO EAST DISTRICT SELECTED APPLICANTS JUSTIFICATION SENE EAST 1.      Kofi Gyimah

2.      Emmanuel Achibrah Nyirapah

3.      Mbanye Abraham

 

Kofi Gyimah has been the constituency secretary for Sene East since 2012. He is a unifier who balances the ethnic groupings of Basa and Ewe in the constituency. Hence he can prepare the grounds for a parliamentary candidate for the party. He was the electoral area coordinator for the constituency from 2004-2012 and a polling station secretary(2000-2004).

Kofi holds a post graduate diploma in basic Education from the University of Cape Coast and a diploma in basic education from University of Cape Coast.

SENE WEST 1.      John Nyarba

2.      Kofi Nsiah

3.      Yussif Shafu

John, who was nominated to be retained as DCE worked tireless to support the campaign in the 2020 elections. His problem solving ability helped to balance the ethnic groupings of the settlers and the indigenous people.

John, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management from Kessben University and a Secretarialship and Management Certificate from Sunyani Technical University.

John has been the DCE from 2017 to date.

PRU EAST 1.      Alhaji Adams Abdulai

2.      Joshua Kwaku Abonkra

3.      David Yaw Mensah

The demography of the area indicates a balance of ethnicity is needed. Although the current DCE performed creditably, there is the need to nominate a settler for the position of DCE since the PC is also an Nchumouru person.

Alhaji Abdulai, holds a Bachelor of Education in Guidance and Counseling from the University of Winneba and a Diploma in Education certificate from the University of Education as well.

He has also held these positions in the constituency;

Bono East Organization Committee Member (2020),

Pru East Constituency Secretary (2018-2013),

Nasara Club Secretary (2009-2003) and

Acting Electoral Area Coordinator.

PRU WEST 1.      Owusu Martin Kofi

2.      Manu David

3.      Ma-Azu Muftan

Martin has been a member of the party since 1992. He rose through the ranks from being a polling station organizer and he’s currently the constituency organizer for the past 8years. His close association to the MP and tireless efforts to see the party win the parliamentary seat came to light in the 2020 elections. His mobilization skills saw the party increase in votes and taking the seat from the NDC in the 2020 elections.

Martin holds a WASSCE certificate from West Africa Examination Council.

ATEBUBU AMANTIN 1.      Isaac Kwaku Dua

2.      Mavis Nyaba Ali Mohammed Sheriff Ali

 

Kwaku holds a Master of Arts in Peace and Development studies, and a Bachelor of Arts in African Studies both from the University of Cape Coast. He is a team player and has the ability to manage conflicts effectively. He has been the constituency organizer since 2018 and also held the position of constituency deputy secretary from 2009 to 2017. He is seen as one who can unite the party constituents with the Tipper Truck Association, the market women association and the New Konkompe Land owners. This, the current MCE failed to do. He was unable to resolve conflicts among constituency executives and himself. KINTAMPO NORTH 1.      Nancy Boateng

2.      Isaac Baffoe-Ameyaw

3.      Dary Tamimu Bawah

 

Nancy is an elected Assembly woman as well as the constituency treasurer.  She has a very good rapport with constituents and traditional authorities. She is also very eloquent and expresses herself very well.

Nancy holds an MBA in Strategic Management and a BBA in Management, both from Valley View University.

Nancy was introduced to politics at an early age of 18years. She started as a polling station women organizer and rose through the ranks to the position constituency treasurer. She has held various positions including being the government appointee at the Kintampo Municipal Assembly. She was also a member of the constituency campaign team for the 2020 elections.

NKORANZA SOUTH 1.      Kwasi Opare-Kodom

2.      Clement Adjei Owusu

3.      Eric Efah-Donyina

 

Kwasi holds an Executive Programme in Management studies with GIMPA. And has a HND in Marketing with the Accra Technical University. He is a former polling station chairman and an Electoral Area Coordinator. He participated actively in the 2020 campaign that gave the party a win with 7 more seats. Bringing the number of seats from 13 to 20. This is out of 29 in the Region.

As head of the electoral area campaign team, he embarked on door-door campaign with his team and maximize votes for the party and won all polling stations in his electoral area. He is a good team player and always ready to take on other responsibilities when called upon. He easily adapts to changes and very malleable.

 

 

NKORANZA NORTH 1.      Bismark Appiah-Kobi

2.      Peter K. Osei Fosu

 

 

Further investigations to be done on 2 candidates TECHIMAN NORTH 1.      Addo-Donkor Everson

2.      Peter Mensah

3.      Kofi Effah Frempa

Everson demonstrated a significant level of knowledge in the local politics and local government administration. He has an ability to revive the passion among the embittered grassroots in the constituency.

Everson holds a Master of education in guidance and counselling, University of Education Winneba and a Post graduate Diploma in guidance and counselling and also from University of Education, Winneba. He was the Regional Communication Director (Bono East) from 2019 to date. And Communication Director (Techiman North)

TECHIMAN SOUTH 1.      Benjamin YawGyarko

2.      Henry Yeboa Yiadom Boachie

3.      Alhaji Nasara Abdul- Rahman

 

Benjamin is a grassroots person who cuts across with other political parties. His role as a manager for NHIA was very effective in reaching out to the constituents. He is affable and has a pleasant disposition.

He holds an MBA in Strategic Management at the KNUST. And holds a Bachelor of Management Studies from the University of Cape Coast.

He is the 2nd Vice Chairman of the Techiman South Constituency and doubles as the constituency treasurer from 2018 to date.

KINTAMPO SOUTH 1.      Opoku Nyame

2.      Mahama Seidu Limann

3.      Musah Sulemana

 

Mr. Opoku Nyame has been the constituency chairman from 2013 to date and has also served the assembly for 19years. Further, he was the campaign team chairman for the 2020 general elections for the Kintampo South constituency. He holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Education, Winneba, (2009-2011) and a Diploma in Basic Education, University of Cape Coast (2004-2007).
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