Della Sowah, MP Kpando Constituency
Adjoa Della Sowah is a Ghanaian politician and a Member of Parliament for Kpando constituency in the Volta Region under the National Democratic Congress party. She is former Deputy Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection.
Sowah is a member of Mines and Energy committee, Standing Orders committee and Business committee in Parliament.
Sowah was born in Kpandu, Volta Region of Ghana on 23 November 1959.
Sowah earned her degree in Social Sciences from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in 1981. She holds a Diploma in Finance and Master of business administration.
- Deputy Minister
- Member of Parliament, 2012–2016 (government of Ghana)
- Partner, financial planner, 2001–2012 (Speed Masters)
- Marketing, MD, 1990–2000 (DAPEG LTD)
- Research, 1986–1990 (ESSOR LTD)
Della Sowah is a member of National Democratic Congress and a member of parliament for Kpando ( Ghana Parliament Constituency) in 6th, 7th and Eighth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana.
Sowah contested the Kpando constituency parliamentary seat on the ticket of National Democratic Congress during the 2016 Ghanian general election and won with 17, 318 votes representing 82.38% of the total votes. He won the election over Djampoh Elvis Kweku of New Patriotic Party who polled 3, 058 votes which is equivalent to 14.55%, parliamentary candidate for NDP Daniel Karl had 359 votes representing 1.71% and the parliamentary candidate for Convention People's Party Isaac Adjanya had 286 votes representing 1.36% of the total votes.
Sowah again contested the Kpando constituency parliamentary seat in the Volta Region on the ticket of National Democratic Congress during the 2020 Ghanian general election and won with 13, 582 votes representing 62.29% over the parliamentary candidate for New Patriotic Party Quist Ernest Theophilus who polled 8, 221 votes which is equivalent to 37.71% of the total votes.
Sowah is a Christian. She is married, and has three children.