Lists of all new faces of member of parliaments (MPs) who have been elected in the 2020 parliamentary elections to replace incumbents under the 4th republic of Ghana.
The list comprise 3 New Patriotic Party (NPP) new MPs and 5 National Democratic Congress (NDC) new parliamentary members.
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On the tickets of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is Samuel Abu Jinapor of Damongo Constituency, John Peter Amewu of Hohoe constituency, and lastly, Dakoa Newman of Okaikoi South Constituency.
Also, on the tickets of the National Democratic Congress, Francis Xavier Sosu grabbed the seat for the Madina Constituency, Kwamena Mintah Nyarku was elected as the MP for Cape Coast North, Gizella Tetteh-Agbotui as the MP for the Senya West constituency, Adamu Ramadan for Adenta constituency and lastly Dzifa Gomashie as MP for Ketu South Constituency.
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The above newly elected member of parliaments replaces 8 incumbent MPs who lost their seats.
Among them are 6 New Patriotic Party (NPP) MPs and two 2 National Democratic Congress (NDC) MPs.
Some of the incumbent member we won’t see in parliament as law makers includes; Yaw Buaben-NPP, Barabara Asher Iysih-NPP, Joseph Dendick Kpemka-NPP, Abdul-Aziz Mohammed-NDC, Anthony Karbo-NPP, George Andah-NPP, Mutawakilu Adam-NDC and finally Siddique Boniface-NPP (Read More).