NPP retains constituency executives in Tarkwa Nsueam
By Erica Apeatua Addo, GNA
Wassa Agona, The New Patriotic Party (NPP) constituency executives in Tarkwa Nsueam have all been re-elected to serve the party for another four years.
Many of the delegates who participated in the exercise told the Ghana News Agency that they decided to retain their executives for the hard work they exhibited in the 2016 elections.
Mr Benjamin Kwaku Asabil polled 726 votes for the Chairman position and his main contender Mr Daniel Kojo Dwumah lost with 127 votes.
The incumbent first vice chairman, Mr Wilson Kwofie beat Mr Bennett Hammond Ngeal with 711 votes as against 151 votes.
Mr Anthony Damoah lost the Second Vice Chairman position with 163 votes to Mr Francis Gyamfi Otchere who polled 686 votes.
Mr Benjamin Kesse, the incumbent Secretary maintained his seat with 695 votes and Mr. Kingsley Edmund Baidoo polled 165 for the same position.
Mr Fuseini Rashid Amadu was elected the Assistant Secretary with 727 votes whilst Mr Kwadwo Sarfo lost with 141 votes.
The incumbent Treasurer, Mr Thomas Gyassah retained his position with 678 votes and Mr David Kojo Whyte had 190 votes.
Mr Augustine Quaicoe obtained 695 votes for the organizer position and Mr Seidu Mohammend polled 164 votes.
The Women Organizer, Madam Regina Ama Kuchana polled 681 votes to maintain her seat and her competitor Madame Mary Amanamah obtained 186 votes.
Mr Abubakar Zakari defeated Mr Osman Abubakar with 740 votes for the Nassara Co-ordinator position; Abubakar polled 125 votes.
Mr Richard Kwadu Sam won the youth organizer with 682 votes and Goodberg Eduafo Mensah had 180 votes.
A total of 974 delegates took part in the election which was under the supervision of the Electoral Commission.
Source: Ghana News Agency