The New Patriotic Party (NPP) is going to pay dearly for kicking out these members of Parliament. After today, primaries we saw how NPP delegates Kickout some big names, and research on the loose members of Parliament shown that, NPP is going to pay dearly for the decision they have made. Number on the list is; 1. Hon. Collins Owusu Amankwah: Member of Parliament for Manhyia North, he lost the contest to Akwasi Konadu in anticipated contest. Mr. Collins Amankwah is the Chairman of Government Assurance Committee
A former member of Parliament for the Suhum Constituency, Frederick Opare-Ansah, has revealed that back then, he Supported Alan Kyeremanteng for the flag bearership of the NPP against Akufo Addo. Fredrick Opare-Ansah made this disclosure on 'Spotlight' on MX24 television yesterday, 10th June 2021, when he was asked by the host (Noung Faalong) if he is an anti-Akufo Addo.
The former Member of Parliament for Suhum constituency, Frederick Opare-Ansah, has said that people are saying fix the country because they know President Akufo Addo can fix it. The former Suhum MP made this statement as a panelist on the 'Spotlight' program on MX24 television yesterday, 10th June 2021, when he was asked by Noung Faalong (host) to give his opinion on the fix the country campaign.
The sitting New Patriotic Party (NPP) decided on their parliamentary candidates today through inter-party parliamentary primaries elections. Today's parliamentary primaries came with a lot of surprises and shocks as we see the big men of the party taken down. Some with a bitter loss and others with a fierce battle. After the elections today, we counted over 25 incumbents MP's losing their slots in the 2020 General Elections as we see newbies taking the parliamentary tickets to face the National Democratic C
He calls himself, Suhum Mugabe – he believes that until he retires himself, no one could defeat him in an election. He has been undefeated in elections in the Suhum constituency. He owns a sachet water company (Eastern Springs) in the Suhum township which has employed over 80 people from the Suhum community. He was born on 5th September, 1968, though he has said on various occasions that he uses juju, he is a very committed Christian. He comes from Amanokrom – Akuapem in the Eastern region of Ghana. Gra