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Some of the sitting Members of Parliament on the ticket of the ruling New Patriotic Party who suffered defeat over the weekend during the Party’s primaries are absent in Parliament.

The Party organised primaries in over 100 constituencies nationwide on 20th June 2020 to elect candidates for the 2020 Parliamentary general election.

The election has witnessed unprecedented outcome as the Chairmen of Finance Committee and Constitution, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee, Dr. Mark Assibey Yeboah and Alhaji Been Abdullah respectfully have all been voted out.

Out of the 40 defeated MPs, 15 were first-timers, 17 were 2nd term MPs, 6 were, 3rd term MPs and 2 are fourth term MPs.

Below is the list MPs who Lost and the number of term(s) in Parliament ending 7th January, 2021

1.Frederick Opare Ansah – Suhum Constituency (4th Term)

2.Nana Amoako – Upper Denkyira East (4th Term)

3.Seth Kwame Acheampong – Mpraeso constituency (3rd Term)

4.Godfred Bayong Tangu-Wa East (3rd Term)

5.Kwabena Owusu Aduomi – Ejisu Constituency(3rd Term)

6. Ben Abdallah Banda – Offinso South(3rd Term)

7.Joseph Kofi Adda – Navrongo Central Constituency (3rd Term)+ by election)

8. Kojo Appiah-Kubi- Atwima Kwanwoma- (3rd Term)

9. Ahmed Arthur – Okaikwei South(2nd Term)

10. Kofi Brako -Tema Central (2nd Term)

11. Collins Owusu Amankwah – Manhyia North(2nd Term)

12. Kwame Asafu-Adjei – Nsuta/Kwamang/Beposo (2nd Term)

13.Alex Agyekum -Mpohor (2nd Term)

14. Patrick Adama-Sissala West (2nd Term)

15. Dr Mark Assibey-Yeboah – New Juaben South Constituency (2nd Term)

16.William Agyapong Quaitoo – Akim Oda Constituency (2nd Term)

17.Robert Kwasi Amoah – Achiase Constituency (2nd Term )

18.Alhaji Wahab Wumbei – Tolon Constituency(2nd Term )

19.Charles Bintim – Saboba Constituency(2nd Term )

20. Dr. Kwabena Twum Nuamah – Berekum East Constituency (2nd Term)

21.Kwasi Sabi – Dormaa East Constituency (2nd Term )

22. Dr. Sagre Bambangi – Walewale Constituency (2nd Term )

23. Eric Kwakye Darfour- Nkawkaw (2nd Term )

24. Kingsley Aboagye Gyedu -Bibiani-Anwiaso-Bekwai (2nd Term)

25.Joseph Daha- Asutifi North (2nd Term)

26.Kwabena Ohemeng- Tinyase – Kade Constituency (1st Term)

27.Nana Akua Owusu Afriyieh – Ablekuma North (1st Term)

28. Vincent Sowah Odotei – La Dadekotopon (1st Term )

29.Mercy Adu Gyamfi (Ama Sey) – Akwatia Constituency (1st Term)

30.Alhaji Habib Saad – Bortianor Ngleshie Amanfrom (1st Term)

31.Anthony Effah – Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa (1st Term)

32.Abraham Odoom – Twifo Atti Morkwa (1st Term)

33.Joe Mensah – Kwesimintsim (1st Term)

34. Ato Panford-Shama (1st Term)

35.Daniel Okyem Aboagye – Bantama(1st Term)

36.Ridwan Abass-Sissala East (1st Term)

37.Kennedy Kankam – Nhyiaeso ( 1st Term)

38.Patrick Bogyako Kwame Saime- Amenfi East Constituency (1st Term)

39.Joseph Albert Quarm- Manso Nkwanta(1st Term)

40.Joyce A.A Dei- Bosome-Freho- (1st Term)

Story filed by Edzorna Francis Mensah

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