In the Assin North by-election, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) predicted that its candidate would prevail.
According to James Gyakye Quayson’s independent collation of results from the 99 voting locations around the constituency, the party made that disclosure.
The New Democratic Party (NDC) states that its candidate received 17,205 votes, or 57.4% of the total legal votes cast, while Charles Opoku, his primary rival from the New Patriotic Party (NPP), received 11,389 votes, or 42% of the total valid votes cast.
85 (0.28%) votes went to the Liberal Party of Ghana’s third candidate.
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If the results are accurate, Quayson will be able to run for office again in 2020 after being disqualified by a Supreme Court decision in May 2023.
Party leaders flew into Assin North during the past few weeks to canvass for votes, turning the town into a beehive of political activity.
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