Previous president John Mahama has verified an avalanche triumph in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) presidential primaries.
With the success, Mahama will lead the NDC into the 2020 decisions defending the expectation of savants that he stays by a diminishing separation, the gathering’s most advertised applicant.
Mahama flees with 95.24% of the vote, leaving six others to quarrel about under 5% in a survey that required around 330,000 NDC voters.
His dark and far off challenger Prof. Joshua Alabi oversaw just 3,399 speaking to 1.516% of votes cast while the man said to have tutored Mahama in governmental issues, Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin put third with 2,313 (1.032%).
Ekwow Spio-Gabrah set fifth with 1457 votes (0.650%), Sylvester Mensah oversaw 932 votes (0.415%) with Nurudeen Iddrisu verifying 513 votes (0.231) to put 6th and seventh, separately.
To comprehend the measure of his triumph, John Mahama won by a bigger rate challenging six others than he won when he stood unchallenged in the 2015 NDC Presidential primaries.
In that 2015 YES/NO vote, he won 95.1% of the votes in a survey in which the tally paper had just his image.
NDC return, Goosie Tanoh, at long last got a shot at his most valued political aspiration however surveyed 2,038 votes (0.909%) to put fourth.
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