Christian Corleytey Otuteye, MP Sege Constituency
Christian Corleytey Otuteye born on October 23, 1973, is a Ghanaian politician and serving his second-term as Member of the Seventh Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana for the Sege constituency in the Greater Accra Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
He entered University of Kaiserslautern, Germany and obtained his Master of Science degree in Financial Mathematics in 2004. He was a lecturer in Quantitative Maths, Statistics and Research Methods, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Accra
Otuteye, in 2012, he contested for the Sege seat on the ticket of the NDC sixth parliament of the fourth republic and won. In the 2020 Ghanaian elections, he retained the Sege Constituency parliamentary seat.
Otuteye contested the Sege constituency parliamentary seat on the ticket of National Democratic Congress during the 2016 Ghanian general election and won the election with 13, 269 votes representing 53.48% of the total votes. He was elected over Divine Otoo Agorhom of New Patriotic Party who polled 11, 342 votes which is equivalent to 45.71% and the parliamentary candidate for PPP Mortey Inusah Doe had 200 votes representing 0.81% of the total votes.
Otuteye was re- elected as a member of parliament for Sege constituency on the ticket of National Democratic Congress during the 2020 Ghanian general election. He was elected with 17, 256 votes representing 52.50% of the total votes. He won the election over Lasi Eunice of New Patriotic Party who polled 15, 464 votes which is equivalent to 47.05% and the parliamentary candidate for Convention People's Party Johannes Nmonlotey Kirkfield had 146 votes representing 0.44% of the total votes.