NDC Primaries: Maxwell Lukutor wins South Tongu Parliamentary seat

Surveyor Maxwell Kwame Lukutor
Surveyor Maxwell Kwame Lukutor

Surveyor Maxwell Kwame Lukutor has won the South Tongu Constituency Parliamentary seat of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

He unseat the incumbent Member of Parliament Honourable Kobena Mensah Woyome in the NDC’s Parliamentary elections held on 13th May, 2023 at the Comboni Assembly Hall, Sogakope.

Maxwell Kwame Lukutor won with a total of 597 votes against the incumbent who had 562 votes.

Stephen Fenuku, the former Constituency Youth Organizer had a total of 347 votes, Jonathan Kojo Adusu had 10 votes and Vivian Abla Kpeglo had 4 votes.

Maxwell  Kwame Lukutor will now represent the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in South Tongu Constituency in the 2024 Parliamentary elections.

A brief profile of Surv. Maxwell  Kwame Lukutor

Surv. Maxwell  Kwame Lukutor hails from Tefle Kpotame in the South Tongu District of the Volta region.


He is a Licensed Surveyor and the President of the Volta Regional branch of the Ghana Institution of Surveyors (GhIS) and a Board member of the Volta Regional Lands Commission.

Mr. Lukutor was the National President of the Sogasco Old Students Association (SOSA) and a member of the prestigious School’s Board.

Surv. Maxwell Kwame Lukutor who is passionate about serving in the Ghanaian Parliament has contested the South Tongu Constituency National Democratic Congress (NDC) primaries and lost narrowly to the incumbent Member of Parliament in August 2019.

He is also involved in a lot of Philanthropic work and comes in handy as a human right advocate and a role model to a lot of youth.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh


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