Former deputy communications minister, Felix Kwakye-Ofosu has been given the mandate to represent the NDC as parliamentary candidate for the Abura Asebu Kwamankese constituency in the Central Region.
The NDC communicator polled 360 votes to beat seven other aspirants.
His closest challenger who was highly tipped to win, Dr Nana Ama Brown Klutse polled only 327 votes.
Mr Kwaku Kakamu Aggrey polled 201, Francis Eduafo Mensah polled 118, Pious Essandoh polled 94 votes, John Kojo Tawiah Hayford, 20, Thomas Peppeh 35 while Amos Arhin had 20 votes.
Human Rights Lawyer, Francis Xavier Sosu also emerged victorious in the party’s parliamentary primaries at the Madina Constituency.
Mr. Sosu swept to victory with 662 votes.
His opponents Sidi Abubakar, Ibrahim Faila Fuseini and Haija Rukaya, had 480, 219 and 16 votes respectively.
In the Tamale South constituency, incumbent Alhassan Sayibu Suhuyini won with 446 votes whiles his challenger polled 164 votes.
In the Tamale South constituency,Former broadcaster and incumbent Alhassan Sayibu Suhuyini has won with 446 votes whiles his challenger polled 164 votes.
A total of 614 delegates out of the 615 cast their votes in the election with four rejected ballots.
Member of Parliament for the Damongo Constituency, Adam Mutawakilu has been re-elected as the National Democratic Congress’s parliamentary candidate for the constituency.
Mr. Mutawakilu won with 408 votes.
His opponent, Yakubu Yussif Castro garnered 102 votes.
Former Ghanaian actress, Ebi Bright also emerged winner at the Tema Central constituency.