MPs elected in the Ghanaian parliamentary election, 2000

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This is a list of Members of Parliament (MPs) elected to the Parliament of Ghana for the Third Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana at the 2000 parliamentary election, held on 7 December 2000.

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 after election[edit]

Affiliation Members
New Patriotic Party (NPP) 100
National Democratic Congress (NDC) 92
People's National Convention (PNC) 3
Convention People's Party (CPP) 1
Independent 4
Speaker and Deputies (3)
 Total 200
 Government Majority 0

List of MPs elected in the general election[edit]

The following table is a list of MPs elected on 7 December 2000, 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
Postponed pollBy-electionsNotes and ReferencesSee alsoExternal links and sources

Ashanti Region - 33 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Majority Previous MP Previous Party
Adansi Asokwa Kobina T.Hammond NPP 3076 John Gyasi NDC
Afigya-Sekyere East Kwesi Akomia Kyeremateng NPP 17,227 Kwesi Akomia Kyeremateng NPP
Afigya-Sekyere West Albert Kan-Dapaah NPP 6,799 Albert Kan-Dapaah NPP
Ahafo Ano North Kwame Owusu Frimpong NPP 1648 Annor Baffour NDC
Ahafo Ano South Stephen K. Balado Manu NPP 4963 Stephen K. Balado Manu NPP
Amansie West Stephen Cobbinah B. Karikari NPP 22945 Anthony Boakye-Yiadom NPP
Asante Akim North Kwadwo Baah-Wiredu NPP 20489 Kwadwo Baah-Wiredu NPP
Asante Akim South Alex Kwaku Korankye NPP 5306 Alex Kwaku Korankye NPP
Asokwa East Dr. Edward Baffoe Bonnie NPP 31982 Ahmed Musah NDC
Asokwa West Edward Osei-Kwaku NPP 35238 Edward Osei-Kwaku NPP
Atwima/Kwanwoma Dr. Matthew Kwaku Antwi NPP 16986 Dr. Matthew Kwaku Antwi NPP
Atwima Mponua Akwasi Dante Afriyie NPP 8153 Akwasi Dante Afriyie NPP
Atwima Nwabiagya James Edusei Sarkodie NPP 31079 James Edusei Sarkodie NPP
Bantama Dr. Richard Winfred Anane NPP 77970 Dr. Richard Winfred Anane NPP
Bekwai Ignatius K. Poku Edusei NPP 26551 Alexander Agyei-Acheampong NPP
Bosome-Freho Gabriel Yaw Amoah NPP 5862 Gabriel Yaw Amoah NPP
Bosomtwe Poku Adu-Gyamfi NPP 7799 Poku Adu-Gyamfi NPP
Effiduase-Asokore Mrs. Grace Coleman NPP Mrs. Grace Coleman NPP
Ejisu/Juabeng Akwasi Osei-Adjei NPP Akwasi Osei-Adjei NPP
Ejura Sekyedumasi Sampson Atakora NDC Peter Boakye-Ansah NPP
Fomena Akwasi Afrifa NPP Akwasi Afrifa NPP
Kumawu Reo Addai Basoah NPP Reo Addai Basoah NPP
Kwabre Nana Asante Frimpong NPP Nana Asante Frimpong NPP
Mampong Solomon Kwabena Sarfoh NPP Solomon Kwabena Sarfoh NPP
Manhyia Dr. Kwame Addo-Kufuor NPP Dr. Kwame Addo-Kufuor NPP
New Edubease Theresa Joyce Baffoe NDC 5,073[1] Theresa Joyce Baffoe NDC
Nsuta/Kwamang Kwame Osei Prempeh NPP Kwame Osei Prempeh NPP
Obuasi Anthony Bright Boadi-Mensah NPP Anthony Bright Boadi-Mensah NPP
Odotobri Samuel Nkrumah Gyimah NPP Samuel Nkrumah Gyimah NPP
Offinso North Kofi Konadu Apraku NPP Kofi Konadu Apraku NPP
Offinso South Kwabena Sarfo NPP 13436[2] Francis Kwasi Buor NPP
Old Tafo Suame Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu NPP Bonsu Osei Kyei-Mensah NPP
Subin Sampson Kwaku Boafo NPP Sampson Kwaku Boafo NPP

Brong Ahafo Region - 21 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Majority Previous MP Previous Party
Asunafo North Benjamine Osei Kuffour NPP David Kwasi Amankwah NDC
Asunafo South George William Amponsah NPP Francis Adu-Poku NDC
Asutifi North Paul Okoh NPP Emmanuel Baah Danquah NDC
Asutifi South Cecilia Djan Amoah# NPP Collins Dauda NDC
Atebubu North David Yaw Mensah NDC David Yaw Mensah NDC
Atebubu South Amadu Ali NDC Amadu Ali NDC
Berekum Capt. Nkrabeah Effah Dartey NPP J.H. Owusu Acheampong NDC
Dormaa East Stephen Adoma-Yeboah NPP Nicholas K. Adjei-Kyeremeh NDC
Dormaa West Yaw Asiedu Mensah NPP Thomas Kwame Yeboah NDC
Jaman Anna Nyamekye NPP Nicholas Appiah-Kubi NDC
Kintampo Yaw Effah Baafi NDC Gladys Abena Nsoah NDC
Nkoranza Hayford Francis Amoako NDC Theresa Nyarko-Fofie NDC
Sene Felix Twumasi-Appiah NDC Yaw Nana Otto NDC
Sunyani East Joseph Henry Mensah NPP Joseph Henry Mensah NPP
Sunyani West Kwadwo Adjei Darko NPP Kwadwo Adjei Darko NPP
Tano North Joe Donkor NPP Joe Donkor NPP
Tano South Andrews Adjei-Yeboah NPP Grace Boachie NDC
Techiman North Isaac Kwadwo Adjei Mensah NDC Isaac Kwadwo Adjei Mensah NDC
Techiman South Prince Oduro-Mensah NPP Kwadwo Mama Adams NDC
Wenchi East Alhaji Moctar Musah Bambah NPP Alhaji Moctar Musah Bambah NPP
Wenchi West Johnson Asiedu Nketia NDC Johnson Asiedu Nketia NDC

Central Region - 17 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Majority Previous MP Previous Party
Abura/Asebu/Kwamankese Harry Halifax-Hayford NDC 1,120 J.E. Afful NDC
Agona East Kwaku Adu Yeboah NDC 325 Kojo A. Yankah NDC
Agona West Samuel Kweku Obodai NPP 7,659 Samuel Oppong NDC
Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam Isaac Eduasar Edumadze NPP 2,655 Isaac Eduasar Edumadze NPP
Asikuma/Odoben/Brakwa Paul C. Appiah-Ofori NPP 2666 Ebenezer Kobina Fosu NDC
Assin North Ken Ohene Agyapong NPP 5,995 Florence Kumi NDC
Assin South Dominic Kwaku Fobih NPP 6,109 Kwaku Al-Hassan Dadzie NDC
Awutu /Senya Hanna Tetteh K. Kpodar NDC 6,174 Babalami Abu-Sadat NDC
Cape Coast Christine Churcher NPP 8,023 Christine Churcher NPP
Effutu Mike Allen Hammah NDC 246 Mike Allen Hammah NDC
Gomoa East Emmanuel Acheampong[3] NPP 568 Thomas Kweku Aubyn NDC
Gomoa West Ama Benyiwa-Doe NDC 1,747 Ama Benyiwa-Doe NDC
Komenda/Edina/Eguafo/Abbrem Ato Quarshie NDC 967 Ato Quarshie NDC
Mfantsiman East Comfort Owusu NDC 7,110 Comfort Owusu NDC
Mfantsiman West Jacob Scherrer Arthur NDC 2,190 Jacob Scherrer Arthur NDC
Twifo/Hemang/Lower/Denkyira Abraham Owusu Baidoo NDC 1,637 John Kweku Kumah NDC
Upper Denkyira Charles Omar Nyanor NPP 12,659 Clement Charles Omar Nyanor NPP

Eastern Region - 26 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Majority Previous MP Previous Party
Abetifi Eugene Atta Agyepong NPP 3046 Eugene Atta Agyepong NPP
Abuakwa Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo NPP 14147 Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo NPP
Afram Plains North Joseph Tsatsu Agbenu NDC 14833 Krosby Mensah NDC
Afram Plains South Kwakye Addo NDC 2351 Kwakye Addo NDC
Akim Oda Yaw Osafo-Maafo NPP 10943 Yaw Osafo-Maafo NPP
Akim Swedru Felix Owusu Adjapong NPP 5047 Felix Owusu Adjapong NPP
Akropong Agyare Koi Larbi NPP 34 Agyare Koi Larbi NPP
Akwapim South Seth Dankwa Wiafe NPP 6429 Vida Amaadi Yeboah NDC
Akwatia Kinston Akomeng Kissi NPP 1736 Mohammed Erzuah Siam NDC
Asuogyaman Dwamena Bekoe NDC 2326 Kwamena Dwamena-Aboagye NDC
Atiwa Yaw Brempong Yeboah NPP 10230 Yaw Baning-Darko NPP
Ayensuano Godfred Otchere NPP 2418 Evans Kodjo Ahorsey NDC
Birim North Dr William Boakye Akoto NPP 1840 Kweku Boateng-Lovinger NDC
Fanteakwa Samuel Ofosu Ampofo NDC 1378 Samuel Ofosu Ampofo NDC
Kade Ofosu Asamoah NPP 8950 Francis Kwame Nyarko NPP
Koforidua Yaw Barima NPP 10848 Yaw Barima NPP
Lower Manya Krobo Michael Teye Nyanua NDC 4585 Michael Teye Nyanua NDC
Lower West Akim Peter Kwaw NPP 5335 Akuamoa Ofosu-Boateng NDC
Mpraeso Francis Osafo Mensah NPP 2762 Francis Osafo Mensah NPP
New Juabeng North Hackman Owusu-Agyeman NPP 10213 Hackman Owusu-Agyeman NPP
Nkawkaw Kwabena Adusa Okerchiri NPP 11907 Kwabena Adusa Okerchiri NPP
Okere Brandford Kwame Daniel Adu NPP 9 Fuzzy Dapaah Torbay NDC
Suhum Ransford Agyapong NPP 4126 Solomon Kodjoe Akwetey NDC
Upper Manya Krobo Stephen Kwao Amoanor NDC 8644 Solomon Tettey Terkper NDC
Upper West Akim Samuel Sallas Mensa NDC 3167 Samuel Sallas Mensa NDC
Yilo Krobo Daniel Tekpertey NDC 4696 Daniel Tekpertey NDC 4696

Greater Accra Region - 22 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Majority Previous MP Previous Party
Ablekuma Central Victor Okuley Nortey NPP 8175 Victor Okuley Nortey NPP
Ablekuma North Kwamena Bartels NPP 20272 Kwamena Bartels NPP
Ablekuma South Theresa Ameley Tagoe NPP 14622 Theresa Ameley Tagoe NPP
Ada Amos Lawerh Buertey NDC 3629 Amos Lawerh Buertey NDC
Ashaiman Emmanuel Kinsford Kwesi Teye NPP 1806 Franklin W.K. Aheto NDC
Ayawaso Central Sheikh Ibrahim Codjoe Quaye NPP 10240 Sheikh Ibrahim Codjoe Quaye NPP
Ayawaso West-Wuogon George Isaac Amoo NPP 6167 Mrs Rebecca Akweley Adotey NDC
Dade-Kotopon Godfried Ako-Nai NPP 6728 Sylvester A. Mensah NDC
Ayawaso East Mustapha Ahmed NDC 553 Farouk Braimah NDC
Ga North Sampson Ottu Darkoh NPP 15438 Sampson Ottu Darkoh NPP
Ga South Ernest Attoquaye Armah NDC 11320 Margaret Clarke Kwesie NDC
Klottey-Korle Nii Adu Daku Mante NPP 9018 David Lamptey NDC
Kpone-Katamanso Afieye Ashong NDC 2354 Afieye Ashong NDC
Krowor Emmanuel Adjei Boye NPP 1302 Joshua Alabi NDC
Ledzokuku Eddie Akita NPP 6101 Nii Adjei-Boye Sekan NDC
Ningo-Prampram Enoch Teye Mensah NDC 10743 Enoch Teye Mensah NDC
Odododiodoo Reginald Niibi Ayi-Bonte NPP 4089 Nii Okaidja Adamafio NDC
Okaikwei North Joseph Darko Mensah NPP 12045 Joseph Darko Mensah NPP
Okaikwei South Nana Akomea NPP 17719 Nana Akomea NPP
Shai-Osudoku Michael Afedi Gizo NDC 5718 Michael Afedi Gizo NDC
Tema East Ishmael Ashitey NDC 18609 Ishmael Ashitey NDC
Tema West Abraham Ossei-Aidooh NPP 14787 Abraham Ossei-Aidooh NPP

Northern Region - 23 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Majority Previous MP Previous Party
Bimbilla Mohamed Ibn Chambas[4] NDC 9494 George Mpambi Dagmanyi PNC
Bole John Dramani Mahama NDC 6543 John Dramani Mahama NDC
Bunkpurugu/Yunyoo Namburr Berrick NDC 1045 Joseph Yaani Labik NDC
Chereponi Mohammed Seidu Abah NDC 2391 Alhaji Innocent Mahamadu Yahaya NDC
Chogu/Tishigu Alhaji Abubakari Sumani NDC 352 Ibrahim Adam NDC
Damango/Daboya Alex Sofo NPP 347 Adam Mahama NDC
Gukpegu/Sabongida Mustapha Ali Iddris NPP 2564 Mustapha Ali Iddris NPP
Gushiegu/Karaga Iddrisu Huudu NDC 5838 Iddrisu Huudu NDC
Kpandai Lipkalimor Kwajo Tawiah NDC 5786 Lipkalimor Kwajo Tawiah NDC
Kumbungu Alhaji Muhammed Mumuni NDC 8778 Alhaji Muhammed Mumuni NDC
Mion Adams Ebenezer Mahama NDC 547 Alabira Ibrahim CPP
Nalerigu Dr.Tia Alfred Sugri NDC 2984 Isaac Kolibilla Batesimah NDC
Nanton Alhaji Alhassan Yakubu NDC 1017 Alhaji Alhassan Yakubu NDC
Saboba Nayon Bilijo NDC 4716 Moses Mabengba Bukari NDC
Salaga Boniface Abubakar Saddique Independent 1821 Hamidu Baba Braimah NDC
Savelugu Mary Salifu Boforo NDC 7696 Mary Salifu Boforo NDC
Sawla/Kalba Joseph Trumah Bayel NDC 6263 Joseph Trumah Bayel NDC
Tolon Alhaji Abdulai Salifu NDC 3039 Alhaji Abdulai Salifu
West Mamprusi (Walewale) Issifu Asumah PNC 6172 Susana Adam NDC
Wulensi Samuel Nyimakan[5] NDC 2653 Iddi Saani NPP
Yapei/Kusawgu Alhaji Amadu Seidu NDC 5095 Alhaji Amadu Seidu NDC
Yendi Malik Al-Hassan Yakubu NPP 2092 Malik Al-Hassan Yakubu NPP
Zabzugu/Tatale Jagri Mohammed NDC 4067 John Jagri Kokpah NDC

Upper East Region - 12 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Majority Previous MP Previous Party
Bawku Central Hawa Yakubu NPP 874 Fati Seidu NDC
Bawku West Cletus Apul Avoka NDC 4129 Cletus Apul Avoka NDC
Binduri Achidago B. Akugri NDC 8612 Fortunate Atubiga NDC
Bolgatanga David Apasara PNC [6] 7575 Simon Anyoa Abingya NDC
Bongo Albert Abongo NDC 8598 Simon Alangde Asabo NDC
Builsa North Theodore Basil Anuka NDC 422 Theodore Basil Anuka NDC
Builsa South Norbet Garko Awulley NDC 1223 Norbert Garko Awullay NDC
Chiana / Paga Pele Abugu NDC 10704 Pele Abugu NDC
Garu/Tempane Joseph Akudibilla Independent 2058 Dominic Azimbe Azumah NDC
Nabdan Moses Aduku Asaga NDC 2144 Moses Aduku Asaga NDC
Navrongo Central John Setuni Achuliwor[7] NPP 143 Clement Tumfugah Bugase NDC
Talensi John Akologu Tia NDC 2048 John Akologu Tia NDC

Upper West Region - 8 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Majority Previous MP Previous Party
Jirapa Edward Kojo Salia NDC 15066 Francis G. Korbieh NDC
Lambussie Alice Teni Boon NDC 4604 Alice Teni Boon NDC
Lawra/Nandom Benjamin Kumbuor NDC 18777 Anthony Bondong NDC
Nadowli North Alban Sumana Bagbin NDC 5593 Alban Sumana Bagbin NDC
Nadowli South Emmanuel Samba Zumakpeh NDC 4472 Emmanuel Samba Zumakpeh NDC
Sissala Moses Dani Baah PNC 3963 Amidu Sulemana NDC
Wa Central Mummuni Abudu Seidu NDC 7643 Mummuni Abudu Seidu NDC
Wa East Alhaji Issahaku Salia NDC 8251 Alhaji Issahaku Salia NDC

Volta Region - 19 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Majority Previous MP Previous Party
Akan Bawa Rashid Independent 2920 John Kwadwo Gyapong NDC
Anlo James Victor Gbeho Independent 14860 Clend M Kwasi Sowu NDC
Avenor Edward Korbly Doe Adjaho NDC 18316 Edward Korbly Doe Adjaho NDC
Biakoye Kwabena Adjei NDC 10928 Kwabena Adjei NDC
Buem Emil Kwadzo Brantuo NDC 5032 Emil Kwadzo Brantuo NDC
Ho Central Kofi Attor NDC 33319 Kofi Attor NDC
Ho East Steve Senu Akorli NDC 19625 Steve Senu Akorli NDC
Ho West Francis Aggrey Agbotse NDC 18614 Francis Aggrey Agbotse NDC
Hohoe North Nathaniel Kwadzo Aduadjoe NDC 17248 Nathaniel Kwadzo Aduadjoe NDC
Hohoe South Kosi Kedem NDC 4263 Kosi Kedem NDC
Keta Dan Kwasi Abodakpi NDC 24192 Dan Kwasi Abodakpi NDC
Ketu North Modestus Yao Z. Ahiable NDC Modestus Yao Z. Ahiable NDC
Ketu South Charles Kofi Agbenaza NDC 35683 Charles Kofi Agbenaza NDC
Krachi Francis Y. Osei Sarfo NDC 24489 Sampson Kwadwo Apraku NDC
Nkwanta Gershon Kofi Gbediame NDC 11765 Gershon Kofi Gbediame NDC
North Dayi Akua Sena Dansua NDC 17787 Stephen G. Obimpeh NDC
North Tongu Joe Gidisu NDC 32220 Austin Akufo Gamey NDC
South Dayi Daniel Kwame Ampofo NDC 7730 Alexander R. Ababio NDC
South Tongu Kenneth Dzirasah
(Second Deputy Speaker)
NDC 19914 Kenneth Dzirasah NDC

Western Region - 19 seats[edit]

Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Majority Previous MP Previous Party
Ahanta West Samuel Johnfiah NPP 8371 Samuel Kwofie NPP
Amenfi Central John Frank Abu NDC 3111 John Frank Abu NDC
Amenfi East Joseph Boahen Aidoo NPP 3776 George Buadi NDC
Amenfi West Abraham Kofi Asante[8] NDC 1355 Abraham Kofi Asante NDC
Aowin-Suaman John Kwekuchur Ackah NDC 4559 John Kwekuchur Ackah NDC
Bia Michael Coffie Boampong NDC 13088 Christian Kwabena Asante NDC
Bibiani Seidu Paakuna Adamu NDC 3082 Seidu Paakuna Adamu NDC
Effia/Kwesimintsim Joe Baidoo-Ansah NPP 20869 Joseph E.K. Abekah PCP
Ellembele Freddie W.A. Blay
(First Deputy Speaker)
CPP 4168 Freddie W.A. Blay CPP/PCP
Evalue Gwira Edith Hazel NDC 604 Kojo Armah PCP
Jomoro Joseph Emmanuel Ackah NDC 2256 Joseph Emmanuel Ackah NDC
Juabeso Anthony K. Gyapong-Mensah NDC 13454 Anthony K. Gyapong-Mensah NDC
Mpohor-Wassa East Samuel Kwame Amponsah NDC 1220 Samuel Kwame Amponsah NDC
Prestea-Huni-Valley Albert Kwaku Obbin NPP 6891 Kweku Acheampong Bonful NDC
Sefwi-Wiawso Isaac Kobina Nyame-Ofori NDC 14216 Isaac Kobina Nyame-Ofori NDC
Sekondi Papa Owusu Ankomah NPP 16773 Papa Owusu Ankomah NPP
Shama Angelina Baiden-Amissah NPP 1286 Richard Dornu Nartey NDC
Takoradi Gladys Asmah NPP 19578 Gladys Asmah NPP
Tarkwa -Nsuaem Gifty Eugenia Kwofie NPP 14897 Joseph Ghansah PCP

Postponed poll[edit]

  • Asutifi South constituency - 3 January 2001 - Due to the death of Philip Kofi Adjapong Amoah, (NPP) candidate standing for parliament, the elections in this constituency were postponed. Cecilia Djan Amoah, the (NPP) replacement candidate and also the widow of the deceased, won the seat with a majority of 550.[9][10]

By-elections[edit]

  • Bimbilla constituency - 14 March 2002 - Dominc Aduna Bingab Nitiwul (NPP) won with a majority of 7621, after Mohamed Ibn Chambas had vacated the seat to take up his new job as the Executive Secretary of the Economic Community of West African States.[4]
  • Wulensi constituency - 4 March 2003 - Kofi Karim Wumbei (NPP), a teacher, won with a majority of 894[11] following the disqualification of the incumbent MP, Samuel Nyimakan of the NDC by the Supreme Court of Ghana on 15 January 2003.[5]
  • Navrongo Central constituency - 25 March 2003 - Joseph Kofi Adda (NPP) won with a majority of 7271,[12] following the death of John Setuni Achuliwor (NPP) who died on 29 January 2003 after a road traffic accident on [5 January 2003.[7]
  • Gomoa East constituency - 8 April 2003 - Richmond Sam Quarm (NPP) won with a majority of 6,024 following the death of Emmanuel Acheampong (NPP) in a road traffic accident on February 9, 2003.[3]
  • Amenfi West constituency - 24 April 2003 - Mrs Agnes Sonful (NPP), teacher, 52, won with a majority of 4,121[13] due to the resignation of Abraham Kofi Asante on 26 March 2003.[8]
  • Upper Denkyira constituency - 29 June 2004 - Benjamin Kofi Ayeh (NPP) won from a field of three candidates with a majority of 20,899.[14]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Elections 2000 : New Edubiase". ThinkGhana.com. Retrieved 2010-05-20. 
  2. ^ "NPP retains Offinso South seat". Politics of Wednesday, 25 October 2006. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2007-05-16. 
  3. ^ a b "NPP wins Gomoa East by-election". Politics of Wednesday, 9 April 2003. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2007-05-16. 
  4. ^ a b "NPP Wins Bimbilla Bye-Elections". General News of Friday, 15 March 2002. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2007-05-07. 
  5. ^ a b "Supreme Court disqualifies NDC MP". Politics of Thursday, 16 January 2003. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2007-05-16. 
  6. ^ http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Bernard-Mornah-must-resign-he-s-destroying-PNC-Ex-MP-478645
  7. ^ a b "NPP Chairman Upsets Dead MPs Family". General News of Saturday, 8 February 2003. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2007-05-16. 
  8. ^ a b "NDC MP resigns". General News of Wednesday, 26 March 2003. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2007-05-16. 
  9. ^ "By-election Gives NPP 100th Parliamentary Seat". General News of Thursday, 4 January 2001. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2007-07-31. 
  10. ^ "Republic of Ghana Legislative election of 7 December 2000". Archived from the original on 14 September 2007. Retrieved 2007-05-07. 
  11. ^ "NPP Wins Wulensi By-election". Politics of Wednesday, 5 March 2003. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2007-05-16. 
  12. ^ "NPP retains Navrongo seat". Politics of Wednesday, 26 March 2003. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2007-05-16. 
  13. ^ "NPP wins sixth by-election". Politics of Friday, 25 April 2003. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2007-05-16. 
  14. ^ "RESULTS OF BY- ELECTIONS FROM 1993 TO 2007" (pdf). Electoral Commission of Ghana. p. 2. Retrieved 2008-12-06. 

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