The NPP moved from one seat to three-seats – Abu Jinapor, MP Elect for Damango.
Savannah Region before the 2020 General Election, the NPP was having one seat (Salaga South) out of 7, while the NDC was having 6 seats, which are, Bole District (Bole Bamboi), Central Gonja District (Yapei-Kusawgu), North East Gonja District (Salaga North), North Gonja District – new (Daboya-Mankarigu), Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District (Sawla-Tuna-Kalba) and West Gonja District (Damango).
However, after 2020 December 7th Monday General election, the NPP won 3 seats thus, West Gonja District (Damango), North Gonja District – new (Daboya-Mankarigu), and North East Gonja District (Salaga North). In total, the NPP now has 3 seats and NDC 4 seats spuming up to the 7 seats.
According to MP-elect Hon Abu Jinapor, the NPP never won in Damango since it was created in 2012. He indicated that, in 200 and that of 2004, the NPP won that was when it was Damango-Daboya.
Abu Jinapor Iterated, “We looking forward to the day NPP will become the most dominant political party in the Savannah Region. We have a bigger potential in the Northern region,” he said.
The Savannah Region is one of the newest regions of Ghana and yet the largest region in the country. Damongo was declared the capital of the new Savannah Region. It is located in the north of the country. The Savannah Region is divided into 7 districts; Bole, Central Gonja, North Gonja, East Gonja, Sawla/Tuna/Kalba, West Gonja, North East Gonja, and 7 Constituencies; Bole/Bamboi, Damongo, Daboya/Mankarigu, Salaga North, Salaga South, Sawla/Tuna/Kalba and Yapei/Kusawgu.