Sheila Bartels

Sheila Bartels

Sheila Bartels is a Ghanaian entrepreneur and politician, who emerged victorious in the 2020 Ghanaian General Election, securing the parliamentary seat for Ablekuma North Constituency.


28 September 1975

Early life 

She was born on 3rd September, 1975


28 September 1993


  • Advanced Level in 1993
  • Ordinary Level in 1991
  • Travel and Tourism in 1998
  • Digital Finance (Agency Management) in 2015
  • Project Management (Agency Project Management) in 2014


28 September 2009

Personal life

She is the daughter of Kwamena Bartels, a former Member of Parliament for Ablekuma North from January 1997 to January 2009, and she was born on March 9, 1975, hailing from Gomoa Assin in the Central Region of Ghana.


28 September 2020


Bartels, a member of the New Patriotic Party, won the parliamentary seat for Ablekuma North Constituency in the December 2020 Ghanaian General Election with 54,821 votes, which accounted for 64.26% of the total votes. She defeated Ashley Mensah Winifred of the National Democratic Congress and Princess Agyemang Awuku of the Ghana Union Movement, who received 29,772 and 716 votes, representing 34.90% and 0.84% of the total valid votes cast, respectively.


28 September 2020

Covid-19 Donations

She provided a relief package of donated items to her constituency during the Covid-19 Pandemic.


28 September 2023

Donates mathematical sets to BECE candidates

Sheila Bartels distributed mathematical sets to BECE candidates in Ablekuma North Constituency.

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