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LIST OF ELIGIBLE VOTERS FOR THE GJA 2017 NATIONAL ELECTIONS



GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION GROUP LIMITED
Abayateye N. Felix 2. Ablordeppey Samuel Doe Kwame 3. Acheampong Hannah Amoah 4. Adjei- Mensah Eugenia 5. Adombila Maxwell Akalaare 6. Adu – Gyamerah Emmanuel 7. Agyei Emmanuel 8. Agyeman Nana Konadu 9. Ahiabor Gabriel 10. Aklorbortu Moses Dotsey 11. Alhandu Abdul- Hamid 12. Alhassan Zakaria 13. Amenuveve Vincent Kobla 14. Amoh Roselind 15. Ampratwum- Mensah Akwasi 16. Anane Mary 17. Appiah Salomey 18. Ardayfio Rosemary N.K 19. Arku Jasmine 20. Asare Ernest George 21. Ashigey kenneth 22. Asiedu – Addo Shirley Tawiah 23. Asmah Kobina Vincent 24. Assel Kweku Gyesi 25. Azu Vance Tetteh 26. Baneseh Mabel Aku 27. Bentil Harriette Naa Lamiley 28. Boadu Ayeboafoh Yaw 29. Boadu Kwame Asare 30. Boateng Caroline Nana Dapaa 31. Bokpe Seth Joseph 32. Bonney Emmanuel Adine 33. Bonsu Abigial 34. Bonsu Adwoa Serwaah 35. Buckman – Owoo Jayne 36. Dapatem Donald 37. Dery Severious Kale 38. Donkor Salome Judith 39. Doreen Andoh 40. Duah Kofi 41. Duodu Samuel Kwaku 42. Dzamboe Timothy K. 43. Ennin Emelia 44. Essel- Mensah Lydia 45. Esther Somuah 46. Frimpong Enoch Darfah 47. Fynn Debrah 48. Glover Benjamin 49. Gobah Timothy Kwaku 50. Hammond Doreen 51. Hanson Ebow 52. Hudson Kate Baaba 53. Inkoom Kingsley Kodwo 54. Jafaru Musah Yahaya 55. Kenu Daniel Koblah 56. Kitcher Mavis 57. Kwaitoo Samuel 58. Kwawukume Victor Kwame Dela 59. Kwei Rebecca 60. Marfo- Asiedu Abban 61. Mate- Larweh Frederick Kwame 62. Mensah Fiifi 63. Mensah Mary Tawiah 64. Mordey Emmanuel Kwesi 65. Mustapha Suleiman 66. Nuhhu- Billa Hadiza 67. Nunoo Christopher 68. Obour Samuel 69. Odoi Victoria Fofo 70. Okine Charles Benoni 71. Okyere Joseph 72. Owusu Achiaw Nehemia Dixon 73. Owusu- Amoah Gifty 74. Quaasim Abdul Aziz 75. Quaicoe Rebecca 76. Quao Andrew Armaah 77. Quartey Janet Kwatiokor 78. Quaye Emmanuel 79. Quaye George Folley 80. Quaye Michael 81. Russel- Ocloo Dela 82. Salia Albert K. 83. Sam Jojo Annan 84. Sarbah Peter 85. Smith- Asante Edmund 86. Syme Sebastian 87. Tawiah Augustina 88. Tetteh Ransford Thomas 89. Vinorkor Mark Anthony 90. Yartey Theophilus Tettey 91. Yeboah Isaac


NEW TIMES CORPORATION
1. Adadevoh David 2. Agbenum David E. 3. Amoo Daniel Nii Dodoo 4. Ampadu – Nyarko Ama Tekyiwa 5. Amponsah Emmanuel 6. Asante- Ackom John 7. Ayoo Ayinne Mattew 8. Boateng Betsy - Ann 9. Cobba- Biney Augustine 10. Cooper Norman 11. Francis Asamoah Tuffour 12. Gmanyami Jonathan 13. Gorman Ebo 14. Hope Kingsley Elijah 15. Kyei Francis Yaw 16. Macauley James 17. Markwei Lawrence 18. Mingle Edmund Adotey 19. Motey Ian Kombla- Mensah 20. Noretti Alberto Mario 21. Nyarko Yirenkyi Antia 22. Obeng James Harry 23. Okumah Clemence 24. Owusu K. Douglas 25. Quaittoo Georgina Naa- Maku 26. Salifu Abdul- Rahaman 27. Tamakloe Winston Kofi 28. Vigah John 29. Xah Francis 30. Yarboi – Tetteh David 31. Yeboah Augustine Aforo 32. Zangina Castro Tong


GHANA NEWS AGENCY (GNA)
1. Abigial Addo- Quaye 2. Agnes Boye- Doe 3. Albert Futukpor 4. Alice Tettey 5. Alidu Baba 6. Anthony Bells Kafui Kanyi 7. Armed A Damba 8. Audrey F. Dekalu 9. Bajin D. Pobia 10. Beatrice Asamani 11. Benjamin A. Mensah 12. Belinda Ayamgah 13. Bertha Badu- Agyei 14. Caesar Abagali 15. Christabel Addo 16. Christian Akorlie 17. Christopher Arko 18. Daniel Lanqauye 19. Dasmani Issifu Laary 20. Dennis Kwadwo Peprah 21. Devine R. D. Koblah 22. Dominic Adoboli 23. Dorothy Frances Ward 24. Dzifa Azumah 25. E. Mensah- Abludo 26. Edmund N. N. Quaynor 27. Edward Nana Asare 28. Elizabeth Kankam-Boadu 29. Elizabeth Ofosu 30. Enoch Malus Antwi 31. Eric K. Amoh 32. Erica Apeatua Addo 33. Fatima A Astanga 34. Francis Ameyibor 35. George Ramsey Benamba 36. Gifty Amofa 37. Godwill Arthur Mensah 38. Godwin Nii Laryea 39. Hafsa Obeng 40. Hannah Awadzi 41. Hannah Zemp- Tapang 42. Iddi Zibrina Yire 43. Josephine Naaeke 44. Joyce Danso 45. Justina Hilda Paaga 46. Kenneth Sackey 47. Kodjo Nana Jehu- Appiah 48. Kwabia Owusu Mensah 49. Kwaku Osei- Bonsu 50. Kwesi Kissi Yeboah 51. Laudia Nunoo 52. Linda Asante- Agyei 53. Lydia Kukua Asamoah 54. Maxwell K. Awumah 55. Mildred Siabi- Mensah 56. Osei Nana Kyeretwie 57. Patience A. Gbeze 58. Patricia O. Sakplavie- Biko 59. Paul Achonga Kabah 60. Prosper Kuorsoh 61. Regina Benneh- Siaw 62. Robert Anane 63. Robert Tachie- Menson 64. Sampson Adu- Poku 65. Samuel Adadi Akapule 66. Samuel Bruce Nyarko 67. Samuel Osei Frempong 68. Stephen Asante 69. Wilhelm Gaitu 70. Willaim Yesuko Fiabu 71. William Dodze Ezah 72. Yaa Oforiwah Asare-Peasah 73. Yussif Abrahim


GHANA BROADCASTING CORPORATION (GBC)
A O Mercy Sowah 2. Abbas Ridwan Muktar 3. Alfred O. Hughes 4. Ato Napoleon Kittoe 5. Augustina Apik 6. Barbara Gaisie 7. Betty Yaa Apau-Oppong 8. Charity Agbeko 9. Christiana Kumah 10. Dominic Hlordzi 11. Ebenezer K. Onumah 12. Ebenezer W. S. Hayeh 13. Emma Gladza 14. Emmanuel Azure Akayeti 15. Emmanuel Laryea Konney 16. Evelyn Asempapa 17. Francis Annan 18. Francisca Ashitey-Oduntun 19. George K Ankrah 20. George L M Lomotey 21. Georgina Ama Ankumah 22. Getrude Eunice Maasodong 23. Godwin Nii Laryea 24. Grey A. Mingle 25. Halima Kadir-English 26. J A Bagriro 27. Joe Imbeah 28. John Aryeetey 29. Joseph Adjei 30. Justice Mingle 31. Lily N. Defor 32. Loretta Vanderpuye 33. Magnus K Kumaga 34. Mark Ahmed 35. Mensah Abludo 36. Millicent Ablordey 37. Mimi Dadson 38. Mohammed Abubakari 39. Newlove K B Jnr 40. Nii Adjei Klu 41. Odartey Nii Lamptey 42. Patience Nathalie Amedahe 43. Patricia Sakplavie-Biko 44. Rahaman Abdul Mohammed 45. Ruth Adjorlolo 46. Teresa Atogiyire 47. Theresa Owusu-Ako 48. Titus Teye Kitcher 49. Vivian Assibi Banguu-Ekellah


GENERAL LIST (Private Media/Freelancers)
1. Abdul Hamid Yakub 2. Abel Gayvolor 3. Adinkah Christian Yaw 4. Affail Monney 5. Agbeko Ben-Coffie 6. Ajoa Yeboah-Afari 7. Albert Adoko 8. Albert Kwabena Dwumfour 9. Alexander Owusu Kissi 10. Al-Hassan Abdul-Rahaman 11. Alice Aryeetey 12. Ama Nyarko Attafuah Quainoo 13. Amoadu Christian Ohene 14. Amos Kwofie 15. Anas Amereyaw Anas 16. Andrew Opong-Peprah 17. Annie Afua Ampofo 18. Anthony Goodman 19. Anthony Kofi Odoom 20. Arthur Emmanuel J. K. 21. Attah Kwaku Boadi 22. Ayiku Charles Nii Ayiku 23. Ben Ackah- Mensah 24. Ben Ephson 25. Benedict Assorow 26. Benedict Owusu 27. Betrice Adu 28. Boahene Asamoah 29. Bridget Otoo 30. Bright Kwame Blewu 31. Charity Binka 32. Charles Takyi-Boadu 33. Christian Adinkra 34. Clement Adzei Boye 35. Collins Owusu Sunday 36. Daniel Dayee 37. Daniel Nonor 38. Daniel Ofoe Ametepey 39. David Adams Okae 40. David Agbee 41. Dennis Ato Keelson 42. Desmond Cudjo 43. Diana Hayman Adu 44. Dinah Naa Komley Vanderpuye 45. Dominic Moses Awiah 46. Doris Kuwornu 47. Doris Yaa Dartey 48. E. Benewaa Nyame 49. Ebenezer Yao Azasoo 50. Ebo Quansah 51. Edeward Nakertey 52. Edith Elikplim Attiaka 53. Edmond Kofi Yeboah 54. Edward Ameh 55. Elvis Darko 56. Emefa E. Atiamoah Eli 57. Emmanuel Akli 58. Emmanuel Arthur 59. Emmanuel Asamoah 60. Emmanuel Baah 61. Emmanuel K. Dogbevi 62. Emmanuel Mantey 63. Esi Hammond 64. Eunice Aseidua Kotoku 65. Evans Edwin Lloyd 66. Evans Kumi Wadewo 67. Ezekiel E. Sottie 68. F. Ato Conduah 69. Famous Kwesi Atitsogbe 70. Felix Akoyam 71. Felix Dela Klutse 72. Fiifi Nettey 73. Fiifi Ofosu Okyere 74. Florence O. Kumi 75. Francis Asamoah Tuffour 76. Francis Kokutse 77. Frank Kwabi 78. Frank Ofoe Zotorvie 79. Frank Onin Botwe 80. Franklin Asare-Donkoh Jnr 81. Freeman Awlesu Koryekpo 82. G. D. Zaney 83. Gabriel Obodei Torgbor Ashong 84. Gariba Ibrahim 85. Gayheart Mensah 86. George Kwaku Antwi 87. Georgina Ama Ankumah 88. Gifty Osei Boakye Bingley 89. Gina Blay 90. Grace Sogbey Ablewor 91. Grace Tagoe 92. H. B. Martinson 93. Hagar Sey 94. Han Addeh 95. Harrison Kofi Belley 96. Hellen Akweley Mensah 97. Henry Shirazu Alhassan 98. I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr 99. Ian Okwei 100. Iddrisu Atiku 101. Innocent Attineku 102. Isabella Gyau Orhin 103. Issac Appenteng 104. Issac Kpelle Guba 105. James Asnate 106. James Nana Yaw Kumi 107. Jamus Kofi Annan 108. Joe Aaron Hagan 109. Jonas Ansong-Boateng 110. Jones Anlimah 111. Joseph O. Yehoah 112. Joseph Owusu Gapko 113. Josephine Frimpong 114. Joyce Gyekye 115. Joyce Korlekie Tetteh 116. Justice Kojo Tsekpo 117. Kabaral Blay-Amihere 118. Kafui Gati 119. Karim Osmah 120. Ken Afedzi 121. Kingsley Effah 122. Kofi Oppong Asamoah 123. Kojo Ackaah-Kwarteng 124. Kojo Larbi 125. Kojo Marfo 126. Kudjo David Bismark 127. Kwadwo Brefo 128. Kwaku Abrokwa Ankomah 129. Kwame Anoff-Ntow 130. Kwame Frimpong 131. Kwami Mensa 132. Kwami R. Ahiabenu 133. Kwami Sefa Kayi 134. Kwasi Amankwah Agyekum 135. Kwasi Frimpong 136. Kwasi Gyan-Apenteng 137. Kwasi Kpodo 138. Kweku Sakyi Addo 139. Kwesi Pratt Jnr. 140. Kwetey Nartey 141. Larry Paa Kwesi Moses 142. Laryea Sowah 143. Latif Iddrisu 144. Lawrence Attachie 145. M. Abdul Rahaman 146. Maggie Azupoka 147. Malik Kweku Baako Jnr 148. Mary Anane 149. Mathias Tibu 150. Matthew MacKwame 151. Mawuko Zormelo 152. Mawuli Zogbenu 153. Maxwell Kudekor 154. McAnthony Dagyenga 155. Michael Bruce 156. Michael Dewornu 157. Monica Korkor Bleboo 158. Moses Ohene Amponsah 159. Nana Ama Eson-Mensah 160. Nana Aseabia Ababio 161. Nana Ekua Sekyiwa Darko 162. Nana Kofi Acquah 163. Nana Yaw Barima Barnie 164. Nii Korley Commodore Mensah 165. Nii Lante Vanderpuye 166. Obiri Larbi 167. Ohene Amponsah Moses 168. Oheneba Nana Aseidu 169. Opokua Patience 170. Osei Kwadwo Adow 171. Pankaj Pyne 172. Pascal K. Kudiabor 173. Patricia Awuku-Darko 174. Patricia Kyei 175. Patrick Kwame Abrokwah-Djampem 176. Paul Kofi Fynn 177. Peter Ankomah 178. Peter Quao Adattor 179. Philip Osei Bonsu 180. Randy Abbey 181. Raphael Godlove Ahenu 182. Raymond Tuvi 183. Rebecca Ekpe 184. Rita Adjorkor Botchway 185. Robert D. Mawuenyegah 186. Rogking Clottey 187. Rosemary Gaise Nunoo 188. Sampson Quame Oteng 189. Samuel Kyei Boateng 190. Samuel Tei Adano 191. Seth Kwame Boateng 192. Seth Nee Saban Quaye 193. Seth Opoku Agyemang 194. Shaibu Yussif 195. Sheriff S. Iddrisu 196. Sualah Abdul- Wahab 197. Susolow I. Mustapha 198. Sylvia Naa Adaawa Annoh 199. Tim Quashigah 200. Ukwuoma Cordelia 201. Vicky A. Wireko 202. Vida Essel 203. Wendy Atswei Laryea 204. Wilberforce Dzsah 205. Yvonne Harlley 206. Yvonne Neequaye 207. Zadok Kwame Gyesi 208. Zakaria Tanko Musah 209. Zambaga Rufai Saminu 210. Zee Adu-Asante 211. Zuwera M Ibrahimah

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