Four Ghanaians win UK parliamentary elections

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Four Ghanaians have won UK elections and will soon find themselves in the House of Commons.

The Labour Party had two of the four who were females while the Conservative Party took the remaining two who were men.

The elections took place on Thursday, December 12 2019.

Bell Ribeiro-Addy garnered 30, 976 votes which summed up to 54.8 per cent from the Streatham constituency.

Abena Oppong- Asare representing the Erith and Thamesmead had 3,758 votes, that is 48 per cent.
The male contender for Windsor seat won 31,501 votes and Kwasi Kwarteng with 18,000 thumbs for Spelthorne seat.

The newly elected females took to twitter to express their gratitude to all who supported them in any kind.

It is expected that the four will be sworn into office on 17 December, 2019.

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