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Imoro Yakubu Kakpagu was born on 1958-02- in Ghana, is a Ministry of Local Government. Discover Imoro Yakubu Kakpagu's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 62 years old?
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|Age||63 years old|
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In April 2013, he contested the constituency seat after Muhammad Mumuni vacated it to take up an international appointment. This was after he had contested and won the constituency's parliamentary primary elections against four other candidates. The primaries were held on 14 April 2013 at temporal Kumbungu district assembly yard. Hon. Kakpagu got 170 votes out of a total of 289 valid votes cast. His closest competitor, Dr Jacob Yakubu, pulling 84 votes.
In the 2012 presidential and parliamentary elections, former MP Muhammed Mumuni, returned to contest the seat. He defeated the sitting MP, Kakpagu in the constituency primary election. Muhammad Mumuni, who was then the Foreign Minister, got 161 votes while the incumbent had 133 votes. Muhammad Mumuni won the constituency parliamentary election with 18,285 votes (56.57%). He defeated four candidates: Abdulai Mohammed Saani of the NPP, Amadu Moses Yahaya of the CPP, Alhassan Abukari of the Progressive People's Party, and Imoro Issahaku of the National Democratic Party.
The opposition New Patriotic Party did not partake in the by-elections because of the petition that the leadership of the party had filed at the Supreme Court regarding results of the 2012 Elections. Kakpagu lost the election to Moses Amadu Yahaya of the Convention Peoples' Party. His loss meant that the two terms he served as MP for the Kumbungu Constituency was sandwiched between MP terms for Muhammed Mumuni.
In 2008 there was no constituency primary as the opposition NDC decided that Kakpagu contest the election on the party's ticket unopposed. He went on to retain his seat after he had been challenged by two candidates Alidu Binda Talhat of the NPP and Peter Ibrahim Neidow of the CPP. The incumbent won with 18,155 votes which represented 67.83% of the total votes cast. The NPP candidate got 6,096 votes which represented 22.78% and the CPP candidate got 2,515 votes which represented 9.40% of the total votes.
In 2004, Kakpagu entered into politics when he contested the Kumbungu parliamentary seat.
Imoro Yakubu Kakpagu (born February 1958) is a Ghanaian politician and a former member of the Parliament of Ghana for the Kumbungu constituency in the Northern Region of Ghana from 2005 to 2013. He is a member of the National Democratic Congress.
Kakpagu was born in Kumbungu in the Northern Region of Ghana in February 1958. He obtained his Local Government Certificate from the Institute of Local Government Studies. After his studies he was employed at the Ministry of Local Government as a Revenue Inspector. In 2008 he graduated from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration with a Bachelor of Public Administration degree.