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MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT(MPs) Uncategorized Upper West Region

MP for Jirapa – Paul Derigubaa

Name: Hon. Paul Derigubaa
Constituency: Jirapa
[dropcap]H[/dropcap]ometown: Jirapa
Marital Status:  Married (six children)
Party: Independent (Majority)
Religion:              Christianity
Date of Birth:     23rd April 1953
Profession:         Agriculturist
Education:          Univ. of Ghana BSc.(Hons)Agric Econs(1976-1979 ) Univ. Wageningen, NL.MSc. (Agric)Spil Science & Water Management(1983-1985)
Committees:     Committee on Members Holding Offices of Profit
Food, Agriculture and Cocoa Affairs
 
Employment:    MoFA Agric. Officer (1979-1981) Grains Dev. Board Regional Officer (1981-1991) UNDP ProgrammeSpecialist (1991-2009)
Votes Obtained: Total votes cast                              26,661
Derigubaa Paul                                  12,902                                    48.39%
Francis Bawaana Dakura (NDC)            11,172                                   41.90%
Edward Abu-Baka Dombo (NPP)            2,165                                    8.12%
 Fati A Seidu (PNC)                             139                                         0.52%
Joycelyn Ansiema (DPP)                     104                                         0.39%
Callistus Doodaa Tang (NDP)                92                                           0.39%
Elizabeth Muonaa (CCP)                       87                                          0.33 %   

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