#NDCPrimaries: Amaliba loses Bolga Central, Suhuyini wins Tamale North

Outspoken NDC lawyer Abraham Amaliba has lost his bid to lead the party in the Bolgatanga Central constituency, losing the primary to Isaac Adongo.

Amaliba garnered 3,050 votes as against Isaac Adongo’s 4,290. The other candidates George Gamson and Emmanuel Opam gathered 906 and 2,956 votes respectively.

Meanwhile, popular journalist Alhassan Suhuyini has won the Tamale North primary.

Also, final results from the Tarkwa Nsuaem constituency indicate that popular actor and comedian, Kwame Dzokoto has won in the parliamentary primary of the National Democartic congress.

Dzokoto who promised his fans he would win the elections “hands down” polled 1415 votes as his closest contender Joseph Otchere polled 402.

Former TV3 Morning Show host, Eric Don- Arthur, has also won his bid to represent the NDC in the Effutu Constituency.

Don Arthur polled 1694 votes as his opponent, Ambrose Entsiwah polled 1262.

This makes two media personalities who are seeking a mandate in parliament come 2016.