Tabitha Sybil Quaye

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Tabitha Sybil Quaye
Ein sex anaa genderfemale Edit
Country wey e be citizenGhana Edit
Given nameTabitha Edit
Date of birth20 September 1938 Edit
Languages dem dey speak, wrep anaa signEnglish Edit
Occupationpolitician, hotel manager, traiteur Edit
Position dem holdMember of the 1st Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana Edit
Political party ein memberNational Democratic Congress Edit
Religion anaa worldviewChristianity Edit

Tabitha Sybil Quaye (dem born am 20 September 1938) be Ghanaian politician den former member of parliament give Takoradi for Western region. Na she be member of de first parliament of de fourth republic of Ghana.[1][2]

Ein Early life and education[edit | edit source]

Dem born Tabitha Sybil Quaye for 1938 insyd for Western Region of Ghana. She get Diploma for Catering certificate for Hotel den Catering Institute.[3]

Ein Career[edit | edit source]

She be former member of parliament give Takoradi from January 1992 dey go January 1997 wey na she be Hotelier den Caterer.[3]

Ein Political life[edit | edit source]

Dem elect Tabitha Sybil Quaye for 1992 Ghanaian parliamentary election as member of first parliament of de fourth republic of Ghana for National Democratic Congress ticket top. She succeed William N. Gram of Action Congress Party (ACP) wey she represent ein constituency for 1979 Ghanaian parliamentary election. Gladys Asmah wey be member of New Patriotic Party succeed am for de 1996 Ghanaian general election wey she win de seat plus 26,431 votes wey dey represent 73.50%. She defeat Esther Nkansah wey be National Democratic Congress (NDC) member wey poll 10,342 votes wey dey represent 23.00%, Alex Fosu Blankson wey be Independent candidate poll 1,323 votes wey dey represent 2.90%, Timothy Norbert Kublenu wey be National Convention Party(NCP) member too poll 792 votes wey dey represent 1.80% den Crosby Mochia wey be Convention People's Party (CPP) member no get any vote.[4][5][6][7]

Ein Life matter[edit | edit source]

She be Christian.[3]

References[edit | edit source]

  2. (PDF). Retrieved 29 April 2013.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Ghana Parliamentary Register 1992-1996.