A lecturer at the University for Development studies(UDS) Wa Campus now Simon Diedong Dombo University for Business and Integrated Development Studies(UBIDS) has emerged victories in the Council of State elections for Upper West Region.
He is the chairman of the Governing council, Wa Technical University.
Professor Daniel Bagah was in the stiff contest with Kuoro Barecheh Nlowie Baninye II, 55; traditional ruler; Mr Bayor Godfrey Tongu, 64, teacher; Mr Abubakari Sadik Mohaisen, 38, business development consultant and Pascal Baylon Dere, 61, an agricultural economist.
The list included Lawyer Lwangu Puozuing who is currently the Upper West Regional Secretary for the National Democratic Congress but he stepped down from the race on the 7th of February 2021.
The Council of State was established by Articles 89 to 92 of the 1992 Constitution of the republic of Ghana: “There shall be a Council of State to counsel the President in the performance of his functions.
Dr. Daniel Bagah is also an NPP party elder in the Nadowli-Kaleo Constituency.
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