MPs elected in the Ghanaian parliamentary election, 1992

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This is a list of Members of Parliament (MPs) elected to the Parliament of Ghana for the First Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana at the 1992 parliamentary election, held on December 29, 1992. The preceding presidential election was considered to have been conducted in a free and fair manner by international observers. The opposition parties however claimed the election was fraudulent and boycotted this parliamentary election.[1]

The list is arranged by region and constituency. New MPs elected since the general election and changes in party allegiance are noted at the bottom of the page.

Composition[edit]

Affiliation Members
National Democratic Congress(NDC) 189
National Convention Party(NCP) 8
Independents 2
Every Ghanaian Living Everywhere (EGLE) 1
New Patriotic Party(NPP)
People's National Convention(PNC)
National Independence Party (NIP)
People's Heritage Party (PHP)
Speaker and Deputies (3)
 Total 200
 Government Majority 178

The NPP, PNC, PHP and NIP all boycotted the parliamentary election and thus had no seats in parliament.

List of MPs elected in the general election[edit]

The following table is a list of MPs elected on 7 December 1996, ordered by region and constituency. The previous MP and previous party column shows the MP and party holding the seat.


Table of contents:

Ashanti RegionBrong Ahafo RegionCentral RegionEastern RegionGreater Accra Region
Northern RegionUpper East RegionUpper West RegionVolta RegionWestern Region
By-electionsNotes and ReferencesSee alsoExternal links and sources

Ashanti Region - 33 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party
Adansi Asokwa John Gyasi NDC
Afigya-Sekyere East Pius M G Griffiths NDC
Afigya-Sekyere West Mrs. Beatrice Aboagye NDC
Ahafo Ano North George Kwasi Adjei Annim EGLE
Ahafo Ano South Gabriel Barimah NDC
Amansie West Kofi Amankwaa Peasah NDC
Asante Akim North NDC
Asante Akim South NDC
Asokwa East Othman Baba Yahya NCP
Asokwa West Anthony K. Sarpong Kumankuma NCP
Atwima/Kwanwoma Sampson Adu Gyamfi NDC
Atwima Mponua NDC
Atwima Nwabiagya Yaw Bampoh NDC
Bantama Baffour Awua Prince NCP
Bekwai Oduro Ofrikyi NDC
Bosome-Freho NDC
Bosomtwe Yaw Addai Boadu EGLE
Effiduase-Asokore NDC
Ejisu/Juabeng Mohammed Boakye-Agyemang NDC
Ejura Sekyedumasi Peter Boakye Ansah NDC
Fomena Nana Odame Kusi NDC
Kumawu Jargisu Ibrahim NDC
Kwabre Abena Takyiwa NDC
Mampong Dr. George Akosa NDC
Manhyia William Kwaku Asante NDC
New Edubease Mary Euginia Ghann NDC
Nsuta/Kwamang Samuel Brenyah NDC
Obuasi Peter Keneth Owusu NDC
Odotobri Maxwell Mensah Ebenezer NCP
Offinso North Osei Hyiaman NCP
Offinso South Oheneba Kofi Asamoah EGLE
Old Tafo Suame Nana Kwasi Afful Kingsley EGLE
Subin Sarkodie Joseph A tuffour NDC

Brong Ahafo Region - 21 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party
Asunafo North David Kwasi Amankwaah NDC
Asunafo South NDC
Asutifi North Baah-Danquah Emmanuel NDC
Asutifi South Collins Dauda NDC
Atebubu North
Atebubu South Ali Amadu NDC
Berekum J.H. Owusu Acheampong
(Majority Leader)
NDC
Dormaa East Yaw Oppong Kyekyeku NCP
Dormaa West
Jaman
Kintampo Kwasi Gyasi Manu NDC
Nkoranza Thomas Owusu Ansah NDC
Sene Mahama P. Azum NDC
Sunyani East Yaw Manu-Yeboah NDC
Sunyani West Joseph Gyamfi NDC
Tano North Dominic Yaw Amoako NDC
Tano South Samuel Amonoo Koto Asamoah NDC
Techiman North
Techiman South George Kwabena Owusu NDC
Wenchi East Emmanuel Obeng Mensah NDC
Wenchi West Johnson Asiedu Nketia NDC

Central Region - 17 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party
Abura/Asebu/Kwamankese Vincent K Turkson NCP
Agona East Kojo Acquah Yankah NDC
Agona West John Oscar Bimpong NDC
Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam Dr. Joseph Kweku Enos NDC
Asikuma/Odoben/Brakwa Jacob Emmanuel Oppong NCP
Assin North Francis K Edzii NCP
Assin South Kobina Okyere NDC
Awutu /Senya Danny William Osardu NCP
Cape Coast Harry Hayford NCP
Effutu R. Ebenezer Ato Ayirebi-Acquah NDC
Gomoa East Franis Kow Bortsie-Ansah NDC
Gomoa West Ama Benyiwa-Doe NDC
Komenda/Edina/Eguafo/Abbrem Dr. Ato Quarshie NDC
Mfantsiman East David Kwaku Ansah NDC
Mfantsiman West K Abaka-Quansah NDC
Twifo/Hemang/Lower/Denkyira John Kweku Kumah NDC
Upper Denkyira Kwaku Addai-Gyambrah NDC

Eastern Region - 26 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party
Abetifi Opoku Preko NCP
Abuakwa Owraku Amofa EGLE
Afram Plains North Akuamoah Boateng NCP
Afram Plains South Akuamoah Asomani NCP
Akim Oda Nana Boaten-Abora NDC
Akim Swedru Paul Kofi Peprah NDC
Akropong Richie Agyemfra-Kumi NDC
Akwapim South David Adu-Tutu NCP
Akwatia Gilbert Kwasi Agyei NDC
Asuogyaman Jonathan Robert Owiredu NDC
Atiwa William Obeng Boateng NCP
Ayensuano Elizabeth Kusi Aidoo NCP
Birim North Dr Owusu Agyekum
(Minority Leader)
NCP
Fanteakwa Darko Asomaning NDC
Kade John Darlington Brobbey NDC
Koforidua Kwame Larbi Nyanteh NCP
Lower Manya Krobo Major(Rtd) Emmanuel T Tetteh NDC
Lower West Akim Akuamoah Ofosu-Boateng NDC
Mpraeso Philip Kwabena Boamah EGLE
New Juabeng North Samuel Nuamah Donkor NCP
Nkawkaw Dr Martin Maxwell Owusu-Ansah NCP
Okere Seth Atiemo Akuffo NCP
Suhum Emmanuel Obeng-Darko NDC
Upper Manya Krobo Charles Tei Sawer NDC
Upper West Akim Samuel Sallas Mensa NDC
Yilo Krobo Priscilla Esther Korboe EGLE

Greater Accra Region - 22 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party
Ablekuma Central Dr. Victor Agadzi NDC
Ablekuma North Adam Baako Nortey Yeboah NDC
Ablekuma South Vincent Birch Freeman NCP
Ada Amos Lawerh Buertey NDC
Ashaiman Franklin Winfred K Aheto NDC
Ayawaso Central Sheik M F Nasiru-Nazubia NCP
Ayawaso West-Wuogon Dr. Francis Napoleon K Kumah NCP
Dade-Kotopon Lemuel Nii-Amon Kotei NCP
Ayawaso East Yahaya Seidu NDC
Ga North Marian Lartele Lartey EGLE
Ga South Frederick Aryee Laryea NCP
Klottey-Korle Nathan Tetteh Mensah EGLE
Kpone-Katamanso Emmanuel Kweku Sagoe NCP
Krowor Jacob Aplerh Tawiah NDC
Ledzokuku Seth Adjei Sow NCP
Ningo-Prampram Stanley Basil Bade Carboo NDC
Odododiodoo Emm Nii Korley Adu Tetteh NCP
Okaikwei North Sheriff E Nii Oto Dodoo NDC
Okaikwei South Samuel Wise Quarcoo EGLE
Shai-Osudoku Michael Afedi Gizo NDC
Tema East Erasmus Aruna Quao NCP
Tema West Gladys Boateng NDC

Northern Region - 23 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party
Bimbilla Mohamed Ibn Chambas
(First Deputy Speaker) 1993-1994
NDC
Bole Mahama Jeduah NDC
Bunkpurugu/Yunyoo Joseph Yaani Labik NDC
Chereponi Innocent Mahama Du Yahaya NDC
Chogu/Tishigu Ahaji Mohammed Haroon NDC
Damango/Daboya Edward Aliedong Alhassan NDC
Gukpegu/Sabongida Alhaji Basit Abdulai Fuseini NDC
Gushiegu/Karaga Issahaku Mahama NDC
Kpandai Likpalior Kwajo Tawiah NDC
Kumbungu Alhassan Musah NDC
Mion Alhassan Ahmed Adams NDC
Nalerigu Isaac Kolibilla Batesimah NDC
Nanton Alhaji Alhassan Yakubu NDC
Saboba Bukari Moses Mabengba NDC
Salaga Hamid Baba Braimah NDC
Savelugu Ahame Shani Yakubu NCP
Sawla/Kalba Denwuoh Kinglsey Nanmin Bown NCP
Tolon Alhaji Abdullah Salifu NDC
West Mamprusi (Walewale) Ben Baluri Saibu NDC
Wulensi Amidu Seidu NDC
Yapei/Kusawgu Wilson Salif Yaquob EGLE
Yendi Yusuf Iddrisu NDC
Zabzugu/Tatale Jagri John Kokpah NDC

Upper East Region - 12 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party
Bawku Central Hawa Yakubu Independent
Bawku West Cletus Apul Avoka NDC
Binduri Fortunate Atubiga NDC
Bolgatanga Akake Patrick NDC
Bongo Gaaga Akayeri Azitariga NDC
Builsa North Sylvester Azantilow NDC
Builsa South Norbert Garko Awullay NDC
Chiana / Paga Dr Stephen Ayidaya NDC
Garu/Tempane Dominic Azimbe Azumah NDC
Nabdan Danzi Paul Kpal NDC
Navrongo Central Godfrey Abulu NDC
Talensi John Akologu Tia NDC

Upper West Region - 8 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party
Jirapa Issah Alhassan NCP
Lambussie Jacob Bawline Boon NDC
Lawra/Nandom Ken Meyir Kunfah NDC
Nadowli North Alban Sumana Bagbin NDC
Nadowli South Emmanuel Zumakpel NDC
Sissala Alhaji Amidu Sulemana NDC
Wa Central Mumuni Abudu Seidu NDC
Wa East Issaku Saliah NDC

Volta Region - 19 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party
Akan Seth Kwabena Akompi (Dr) NCP
Anlo Cled Mawuko Kwasi Sowu NDC
Avenor Edward Korbly Doe Adjaho NDC
Biakoye Dr Kwabena Adjei
Buem Emil K Bratuo NDC
Ho Central Vicent Kofi Darkey-Mensah NCP
Ho East Steve Senu Akorli NDC
Ho West Lt. Col E.K.D. Anku-Tsede (rtd.) NDC
Hohoe North Patience Pomary NDC
Hohoe South Kosi Kedem NDC
Keta Comdr Kwaku Tsidi Doulo(Rtd) NCP
Ketu North Prince R V K Ahiadzro NCP
Ketu South Wisdom Tsidore Seyena-Susu NDC
Krachi Sampson Kwadwo Apraku NCP
Nkwanta Okpora Peter Kwadwo NCP
North Dayi Stephen George Obimpeh NDC
North Tongu Austin Gamey NDC
South Dayi Alexander Ransford Ababio NDC
South Tongu Kenneth Dzirasah
(First Deputy Speaker)
NDC

Western Region - 19 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party
Ahanta West Francis Fynn NDC
Amenfi Central Dr. John Frank Abu NDC
Amenfi East George Buadi NDC
Amenfi West Joseph King Amankpah NDC
Aowin-Suaman John Kwekucher Ackah NDC
Bia Christian Kwabena Asante NDC
Bibiani Kwame Darko NDC
Effia/Kwesimintsim James Mike Abban NCP
Ellembele John Aitpillah NDC
Evalue Gwira Charles Henry Turpin NDC
Jomoro Joseph Emmanuel Ackah NDC
Juabeso Kingsley Asoah-Apima NDC
Mpohor-Wassa East Mary Stella Ankomah NCP
Prestea/Huni-Valley Kwaku Acheampong Bonful NDC
Sefwi-Wiawso John Kweku Danso NDC
Sekondi Albert Bosomtwi-Sam NDC
Shama Richard Dornu Nartey NDC
Takoradi Tabitha Sybil Quaye NDC
Tarkwa -Nsuaem Mathew Kojo Kum NDC

By-elections[edit]

  • Wenchi constituency - 24 January 1995 - Hayford Osei Kwadwo (NDC) won from a field of four with a majority of 3,144 to take the seat.[2]
  • Tano South constituency - 7 February 1995 - Nana Koduah Kwarteng (NDC) beat Kofi Akrowiah (PCP) to second place with a majority of 3,867 from a field of four candidates.[2]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Country Profile - Ghana". Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK. Retrieved 2007-05-24. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "RESULTS OF BY- ELECTIONS FROM 1993 TO 2007" (pdf). Electoral Commission of Ghana. pp. page 1 of 2. Retrieved 2008-12-06. 

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