Ahmed Ibrahim, MP Banda Constituency
Ahmed Ibrahim born on May 6, 1974, is a Ghanaian politician and Member of Parliament representing the Banda Constituency in the Bono Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). He is currently the Deputy Minority Chief Whip in the Parliament of Ghana.
Ibrahim is a member of the Special Budget Committee; a member of the Communications Committee; a member of the Local Government and Rural Development Committee; and a member of the Business Committee.
He was born in Banda Ahenkro in the Bono Region of Ghana.
Ibrahim studied at the University of Ghana where he received a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Philosophy in 2001. He was the Chief Executive Officer of Flamingo Publications (Ghana) Limited.
Ibrahim began his political career in 2009 after being declared the winner of the 2008 Ghanaian General Elections for his constituency. He was then elected into the 5th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana on 7 January 2009. After the completion of his first term in office, Ibrahim decided to run for another term in 2013 and defeated Joe Danquah to retain his seat.
In 2015 he contested and won the NDC parliamentary primaries for Banda constituency in the Bono Region of Ghana. He won this parliamentary seat during the 2016 Ghanaian general elections by getting 6,167 votes representing 52.03% against his opponent 5,660 votes representing 47.76%.
Ibrahim is a Christian and married with one child.