Dominic Napare, MP Sene East Constituency
Dominic Napare born on November 3, 1960, is a Ghanaian politician and serving his second-term as Member of Parliament for the Sene East Constituency in the Bono East Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.
Napare is the Vice Chairperson of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Committee; member of the House Committee; member of the Privileges Committee; and also a member of the Local Government and Rural Development Committee.
Napare hails from Kajaji, a town in the Bono East Region of Ghana. He entered University of Education, Winneba and obtained his Bachelor of Education degree in Management and Secretarial Studies.
He was the District Chief Executive (DCE) of Sene East District from 28 April 2009 to 2012.
Napare was again elected member of parliament for Sene East in the 2020 December parliamentary elections. He was declared winner in the parliamentary elections after obtaining 13,401 votes representing 64.4% against his closest contender the New Patriotic Party candidate Luchoun Nicholas Bitagan of who had 7,424 votes representing 35.7%.