So far, at least 15 incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC) Members of Parliament (MPs) have lost their seats.
That is aside from the 10 NDC MPs who lost their primaries last year, and seven others who are retiring.
That means 32 current NDC MPs out of the 106 are not returning to Parliament.
Almost 72 incumbent NPP legislators are also not returning to Parliament.
In total at least 110 out of the 275 current MPs are not returning to the House from January 7, 2021.
Below is the list of NDC MPs and their constituencies.
1) Adams Mutawakilu – Damongo
2) Edward Kaale Ewola Dery – Lambuisie
3) Abdul Rauf Tanko – Yagaba Kubori
4) Sualihu Dandaawa Alhassan – Karaga
5) Mohammed Abdul Aziz – Mion
6) Simon Acheampong Tampi – Tatale Sanguli
7) Alhassan Umar – Zabzugu
8) Mahama Shaibu – Daboya Mankarigu
9) Mumuni Alhassan – Salaga North
10) Dr Robert Baba Kuganab-Lem – Binduri
11) Samuel Abdulai Jananyite – Chereponi
12) Joseph Naabu – Yunyoo
13) Felicia Adjei – Kintampo South
14) Mohammed Massawud – Pru West
15) Derek Darko Ohene Asifo Bekoe – Upper West Akim
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