The New Patriotic Party's (NPP) parliamentary primaries witnessed decisive victories as Nii Noi Nortey secured the Klottey Korle Constituency, and Jubilee House staffer Jefferson Sackey emerged victorious in the Ablekuma Central Constituency.
In the Klottey Korle Constituency, Nii Noi Nortey claimed a resounding win with 838 votes, overshadowing competitors Harold Quartey, who polled 116 votes, and Rexford Oppong with 94 votes.
The competition included Ebenezer Nartey with 441 votes, Collins Amoah securing 493 votes, and Larry Anyetei Adjei gaining 11 votes.
However, seasoned political figure Richard Nyamah faced defeat in the Kpandai Parliamentary primary, losing to the resilient Matthew Nyindam.
The campaign leading up to the elections witnessed an intense effort from both candidates, with Nyamah polling 60 votes while Nyindam secured an impressive 682 votes, claiming victory.
Nii Ashitey Ollennu secured 357 votes, and Ibrahim Adjei garnered 180 votes.
Mr Boye's victory reflected his popularity among party members in the constituency.
The Adentan Constituency saw Akosua Manu, popularly known as Kozie, winning the parliamentary primary with 814 votes.
Kwasi Fosu secured 638 votes, and Winifred Nartey gained 18 votes, indicating a competitive race in the constituency.
Awutu Senya West
Eugene Arhin, the Director of Communications at the Jubilee House, emerged victorious in the Awutu Senya West parliamentary primary with 862 votes.
His contender, Kofi Opei Okai, received 119 votes. Arhin's win underlines his prominence within the party and his resonance with the constituents.