Arthur Sibieko Bullu

Arthur Sibieko Bullu (born June 20, 1937) is a Ghanaian politician and a member of the First Parliament of the Fourth Republic representing the Aowin-Suaman Constituency in the Western Region of Ghana. He represented the National Democratic Congress.

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Early Life and Education of Arthur Sibieko Bullu

William Kwaku Asante was born on the 20th of July,1937 at Aowin-Suaman in the Western Region of Ghana. He attended the Minsk University USSR and obtained his Master of Science in Engineering. He again attended the Power Engineering Institute and was awarded a Diploma in Education. He continued at the University of Pedagogic and was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering and the Marxist University awarded him a Doctor of philosophy in Political Science.

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He was first elected into Parliament on the Ticket of the National Democratic Congress for the Aowin-Suaman Constituency in the Western Region of Ghana during the 1992 Ghanaian General Elections. He was defeated John Kwakucher Ackah in the Party`s Parliamentary Primaries during in 1996. During the General Elections, John polled 29,092 votes out of the 100% valid votes cast representing 45.20% over his opponents Kingsley Ofori Asante of the New Patriotic Party who polled 9,580 votes representing 4.70%, S.B.Ing Arthur of the National Convention Party who polled 3,002 votes representing 14.90% and Frank Ernest Prah who polled 1,532 votes representing 2.40%.


He is a University Lecturer and former member of Parliament for the Aowin-Suaman Constituency from 1993 to 1997. He served only one term as the member of Parliament for the Aowin-Suaman Constituency.

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