- The former Member of Parliament for Kpandai, Kwadwo Tawiah Likpalmor, has passed away
- Likpalmor passed away at the Tamale Teaching Hospital on Tuesday, September 19, 2023
- Likpalmor served as the MP for the Kpandai constituency in the Northern Region from 1992 to 2012
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Kwadwo Tawiah Likpalmor, the former Member of Parliament for Kpandai, has died aged 63.
The former legislator passed away on Tuesday, September 19, 2023, at the Tamale Teaching Hospital.
Likpalmor is reported to have been dealing with a prolonged battle with stroke.
Likpalmor was a Member of Parliament on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). The Kpandai NDC communication officer and other executives confirmed Likpamor’s death to the media.
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Likpalmor served as the MP for the Kpandai constituency in the Northern Region from 1992 to 2012.
This made him a member of the first, second, third, fourth, and fifth Parliaments of the Fourth Republic of Ghana.
Likpamor had a teaching background, and he held the position of Principal Superintendent of the Ghana Education Service at some point.
He was survived by his wife and five children, leaving behind a legacy of dedicated public service.
Kumawu MP dies
YEN.com.gh reported that the MP for Kumawu in the Ashanti Region died on Tuesday, March 28, 2023.
He died after he was found in his room unconscious on Friday, March 24, 2023, during a crucial vote in Parliament to approve Akufo-Addo's ministers.
The cause of death is yet to be known by family sources, but he died at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital early Tuesday.
NDC vows to honour NDC MPs who rejected Akufo-Addo's ministers
The party said in a statement dated March 25, 2023, that it will leave no stone unturned to find the MPs who voted to reject the ministers for massive public commendation.
Former President John Mahama also expressed his disappointment. The party had taken a position that the government must cut back on the size of its appointees and directed its MPs in Parliament not to approve the six ministerial nominees.
However, the voting pattern shows that some NDC MPs defied this directive, as all nominees received more than 50% approval.
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