Two time NDC parliamentary candidate, Michael Ologo has once again failed unsuccessfully in his bid to represent the opposition party, National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Yilo Krobo constituency as a parliamentary candidate.
The much awaited primaries finally took place on Saturday, February 7 at Sikabeng, a community in the Yilo Krobo municipality.
The NDC primary became a talking point in the country following the disqualification of Albert Nyakotey ate after giving green light to Mr Albert by the vetting committee in 2019.
At the end of voting, Hon Tetteh Nyakotey polled 604 votes while three-time contestant, Michael Ologo polled 559 votes out of 1,166 vote cast on the day.
With this results, Madam Akua Mensah, Director of Election for Yilo krobo thereby pronounced Mr Albert Tetteh Nyakotey as the eventual winner.
The results mean that Albert Tetteh Nyakotey handed Michael Ologo his third straight defeat in primaries.
Mr Albert Tetteh Nyakotey who is an Engineering and Procurement expert will takeover from the Member of Parliament (MP) for Yilo Krobo, Hon Magnus Kofi Amoatey who has vowed not to contest again in the upcoming 2020 polls.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonlinegh.com | Samuel Sackey