Wpid Kwaku Agyemang Manu
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Mr Kwaku Agyemang Manu, Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) in Parliament has been retained as the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate for the Dormaa Central Constituency in Elections 2016.
Mr Agyemang Manu polled 313 votes to beat his only rival Dr Yao Yeboah, Director of Social Services of the Pentecost University, who got 273 votes out of total of 586 votes cast.
Mr Christian Boafo Offeh, Dormaa Municipal Director of the Electoral Commission, said there were no rejected votes and congratulated the delegates for the maturity they exhibited in ensuring peaceful elections.
Supporters of Mr Agyemang Manu were seen jubilating over the victory waving posters of the winner and NPP flags in vehicles tooting their horns on some principal streets of the Municipality.
In the Dormaa West Constituency, Mr Ali Maiga Halidu, 35, a development consultant, polled 130 votes to overcome his sole contender Mr Ameyaw Steve Adjei, 53, a farmer who had 97 votes out of the total of 228 votes cast.
Mr Boafo Offeh, said there was only one ballot rejected, while three delegates were absent.
At the Dormaa East Constituency, Mr William Kwasi Sabi, the incumbent NPP Member of Parliament for Dormaa East Constituency polled 234 votes as against Mr Solomon Oppong Twumasi, a lawyer who obtained 155 votes out of a total of 390 votes.
There was one spoiled ballot.
Mr Kwasi Sabi thanked the delegates and promised to work harder to chalk out success for the party in next year?s election.
Mr Oppong Twumasi accepted defeat and promised to work with the winner to ensure victory in the 2016 general election.



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