Former MP for Ningo-Prampram, ET Mensah, has been elected as the Greater Accra representative on the Council of State.
At the end of the elections, Enoch Teye Mensah won the slot with 100% votes all going in his favour.
This happened Friday, February 12, during the elections conducted by the Electoral Commission for new regional representatives to the Council of State.
102 candidates from 16 regions filed to contest the election which is being held at all regional capitals across the country.
Out of this number, six contested to represent the Greater Accra of which some withdrew from the race before the conduct of the elections.
However, out of the six E.T Mensah emerged winner, amassing all votes cast, the Greater Accra Regional Director of the Electoral Commission, Kwame Amoah confirmed.
In the Greater Accra Region, Mr George Kwame Amoah, Greater Accra Regional Director of the Electoral Commission, declared Mr Enoch Teye Mensah, a Former Mayor of Greater Accra Region as the Council of State Member for the Greater Accra Region. pic.twitter.com/8ThftqE6EJ
— Electoral Commission Of Ghana (@ECGhanaOfficial) February 12, 2021
ET Mensah served as MP for Ningo Prampram for almost a decade. He has also been a Minister for Education. Among other things, he has served as the Chief Executive of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly and the Minority Chief Whip in parliament.