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NPP Regional Election Day 2: Alan Wins Big; Takes Eastern, Volta, Oti, Upper West and Gt. Accra

The political fortunes of Hon Alan Kyerematen received massive with more regions endorsing candidates from the camp of the Trade and Industry Minister in day two of the ongoing NPP Regional Delegates Congress.


The seasoned politician conquered Upper West Region, Volta Region, Greater Accra to add the stunning victory in Eastern Region, Nana Addo’s hometown.


The massive win swung the pendulum further away from the grip of his rival, HE Dr Mahamud Bawumia ahead of the much anticipated Presidential Primaries.


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Having already captured Bono East, Western North, Ahafo, Savannah and Upper East Region, it appears the gap between Alan Kyerematen and Dr Mahamud Bawumia shows no sign of closure.


In the Ashanti region, the victory for Chairman Anwti Bosiakor, known as Chairman Wuntumi , was not enough to prevent pro Alan candidate emerging victors in a number of positions.


The Trade and Industry Minister is expected to square off against Ghana’s Vice President , HE Dr Mahamud Bawumia in the race to pick the next flagbearer for the New Patriotic Party.

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All elected regional executives will join the constituency, polling station executives and coordinators to vote the next flag bearer of the party alongside government appointees and some party elders.


The early indicators are however pointing at landslide victory for the Cash man whose administrative nous appeared to have enticed the delegates .


Source: Otixpres.com/Saani Abacha

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