NPP Primaries: Victories for Nii Noi in Klottey Korle and Jefferson Sackey in Ablekuma Central


In a riveting display of political dynamics, the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) parliamentary primaries unfolded with triumphs and unforeseen outcomes across various constituencies.

Klottey Korle Constituency: Nii Noi Nortey’s Commanding Lead

In the hotly contested Klottey Korle Constituency, Nii Noi Nortey emerged victorious with an impressive 838 votes.

His contenders, Harold Quartey and Rexford Oppong, secured 116 votes and 94 votes, respectively. Nii Noi Nortey’s substantial lead sets a significant tone for the constituency’s political landscape.

Jefferson Sackey wins in Ablekuma Central

The Ablekuma Central Constituency witnessed the success of Jefferson Sackey, a staffer at Jubilee House.

Sackey secured 539 votes, outperforming his competitors: Ebenezer Nartey (441 votes), Collins Amoah (493 votes), and Larry Anyetei Adjei (11 votes).

Sackey’s win marks a notable shift in the constituency’s political dynamics.

Kpandai’s Unforeseen Upset: Nyindam Prevails Over Nyamah

In a surprising turn of events, former MP Matthew Nyindam achieved victory in Kpandai, securing 682 votes against the seasoned politician Richard Nyamah’s 60 votes.

The unexpected outcome in Kpandai adds an element of unpredictability to the region’s political landscape.

Ledzorkuku’s Dominance: Bernard Okoe Boye’s Convincing Win

Bernard Okoe Boye, Chief Executive of the National Health Insurance Authority, dominated the Ledzorkuku Constituency primary with a resounding 901 votes.

His competitors, Nii Ashitey Ollennu (357 votes) and Ibrahim Adjei (180 votes), trailed significantly. Boye’s convincing win solidifies his position as a formidable candidate.

Adentan’s Rising Star: Akosua Manu (Kozie)

In the Adentan Constituency, Akosua Manu, popularly known as Kozie, emerged as the winner with 814 votes.

Her competitors, Kwasi Fosu (638 votes) and Winifred Nartey (18 votes), faced a formidable opponent in Kozie. The victory positions her as a rising star in Adentan’s political arena.

Awutu Senya West: Eugene Arhin’s Communication Triumph

Eugene Arhin, Director of Communications at the Jubilee House, secured victory in the Awutu Senya West parliamentary primary with 862 votes. His contender, Kofi Opei Okai, garnered 119 votes. Arhin’s success highlights the significance of effective communication in contemporary politics.

As the NPP primaries unfold, these results not only shape the candidates’ political trajectories but also set the stage for heightened anticipation in the lead-up to the 2024 general elections.

The victories and surprises witnessed today will undoubtedly resonate in the ongoing political narrative, creating ripples of speculation and analysis across the Ghanaian political landscape.

Source: Daily Mail GH

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