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NPP Primaries: full list of incumbent MPs defeated


NPP Primaries: full list of incumbent MPs defeated

The NPP primaries concluded with some unexpected outcomes. Several incumbent MPs were unsuccessful in their bids for re-election, signaling that they will not be returning to Parliament next year after general elections.

Notable figures such as Freda Prempeh (Tano North), Joseph Cudjoe (Effia), Sarah Adwoa Safo (Dome/Kwabenya), and others were among those who lost their respective contests.

Below is the comprehensive list of incumbent MPs who were not successful in the primaries:

1- Freda Prempeh (Tano North)

2- Bright Wireko-Brobbey (Twifo Hemang Denkyira)

3- Joseph Cudjoe (Effia)

4- Yves Hans Nii Noi Nortey (Tema Central)

5- Collins Augustine Ntim (Offinso North)

6- Ama Pomaa Boateng (Juabeng)

7- Gifty Twum Ampofo (Abuakwa North)

8- Elvis Morris Donkor (Abura Aseibu Kwamankese)

9- Dickson Adomako Kissi (Anyaa-Sowutuom)

10- Isaac Kwame Asiamah (Atwima Mponua)

11- Eugene Boakye Antwi (Subin)

12- Tina Mensah (Weija-Gbawe)

13- Moses Anim (Trobu)

14- Sarah Adwoa Safo (Dome/Kwabenya)

15- Sheila Bartels (Ablekuma North)

16- Kwabena Amankwah Asiamah (Fanteakwa North)

17- Hajia Lariba Zuweira (Walewale)

18- John Frimpong Osei (New Abirem)

19- Emmanuel Akwasi Gyamfi (Odotobri)

20- Kwadwo Asante (Suhum)

21- Okyere Agyekum (Fanteakwa South)

22- Samuel Abaka Ericksson (Shama)

23- Mahama Seini (Daboya Mankarigu)

24- George Obeng Takyi (Manso Nkwanta)

25- Joseph Bennan (Zabzugu)

26- Akwasi Darko Boateng (Bosome-Freho)

27- Emmanuel Anhwere (Atwima Nwabiagya)

28- Owusu Afrifa-Mensah


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