Deputy Minister of Information, Samuel Okudzeto has beaten incumbent MP Charles Hodogbey flat to win the North Tongu constituency seat, pulling 157, as against his contenders who pulled 33 and one James who pulled 31.
Ebo Barton Oduro, deputy Attorney General has also won to retain the Cape Coast Constituency seat.
The NDCís parliamentary primaries indicates that the Minister for Minister for Water Resources Works and Housing, Alban Bagbin has been acclaimed as the MP for Nadowli West Constituency after his competitor was disqualified.
Inusah Fuseini, Deputy Energy Minister has won the Tamale Central constituency to retain the ticket, incumbent MP for Yendi, Baba Tanzania has also defeated Dr. Yahuza Gomda who is the national spokesperson of the Andani Family to retain his seat.
The propaganda secretary of the NDC Richard Quashigah has also won his bid to represent the people of the Keta constituency in the 2012 elections; He beat off competition from the incumbent Larsey Agbenyefia who lost by about 10 votes.
Former embattled Sports Minister has also won to retain his seat as the MP for Asawase constituency, beating his competitor lawyer Mohammed Amin.
The MP for Nabdam, Moses Asaga has also been given another opportunity to represent the constituency for the fourth time.
Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammed Mumuni has also won the Kumbungu seat, knocking off competition from the incumbent Imoro Yakubu with 161 votes as against 133 votes.
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