The National Democratic Congress held its primaries to elect Parliamentary and Presidential candidates in all the regions and the Volta region was no exception.
In the Volta region some candidates were maintained while new candidates were elected after Saturday’s keenly contested race.
These are the candidates who were elected in the Volta region.
|1||Hon Richard Kwame Sefe||Anlo||Incumbent|
|2||Hon. Kwame Dzudzorli Gakpey||Keta||Incumbent|
|3||Hon. Abla Dzifa Gomashie||Ketu South||Incumbent|
|4||Hon. Samule Okudzeto Ablakwa||North Tongu||Incumbent/Unopposed|
|5||Hon. Charles Agbeve
|6||Hon Bernard Ahiafor||Akatsi South||Incumbent|
|7||Hon. Kwame Govern Agbodza||Adaklu||Incumbent|
|8||Hon. Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor||South Dayi||Incumbent|
|9||Hon. Nortsu Kotoe||Akatsi North||Incumbent|
|10||Hon. Joycelyn Tetteh||North Dayi||Incumbent|
|11||Hon. Emmanuel Kwasi Bedzrah||Ho West||Incumbent|
|12||Hon. Gabby Alexander Hotorwodze||Central Tongu||Incumbent|
|13||Hon. Maxwell Kwame Lukutor||South Tongu||New Entrant|
|14||Hon. Worlanyo Tsekpo||Hohoe||New Entrant|
|15||Hon. Sebastian Deh||Kpando||New Entrant|
|16||Hon. Edem Kpotosu||Ho Central||New Entrant|
|17||Hon. Frank Afriyie||Afadzato South Frank Afriyie||New Entrant|
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According to the Electoral Commission, Eric Edem Agbana and John Adanu Zewu had a tie. The two aspirants will go for a runoff in the coming days.