After winning the by-election on June 27, James Gyakye Quayson was formally sworn in as the Member of Parliament for Assin North.
Following the Supreme Court decision on May 17 that deemed Mr. Quayson’s prior election invalid and forbade him from retaining the seat, he was successful in his election.
He was able to win back his seat in the by-election, and he now serves as Assin North’s representative.
Prior to Mr. Quayson’s oath of office, John Dramani Mahama, the former president, and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) leadership stormed Parliament in a show of support, underscoring the significance of the event.
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The Minority Members of Parliament were visible wearing white apparel as ceremony preparations got under way, signifying the importance of the occasion.
The swearing-in event and the mandate it signifies for James Gyakye Quayson as the elected Member of Parliament for Assin North were made more significant by the NDC flagbearer and party leadership’s attendance.
The by-election outcome indicated the support for Mr. Quayson, who received 17,245 votes, or 57.56 percent of the total votes cast.
In comparison, Bernice Enyonam Sefenu of the Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG) won just 0.29 percent of the vote, making Charles Opoku of the NPP his closest rival.
James Gyakye Quayson is officially sworn in as the elected representative for Assin North and is now prepared to represent the constituency and participate in Parliament’s legislative proceedings.
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