Dr. Bawumia takes comfortable lead in NPP Super Delegates election – See latest result

Special delegates of the New Patriotic Party have spoken and it appears Ghana’s Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia is the obvious choice.

Before the election, many indicated that the leadership of the party were up to something. They believed the election could have been organized once but since they have an agenda to establish Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, they decided to allow the super delegates to decide first.

Others have indicated that the super delegates are likely to vote for Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia. Votes coming in indicates that Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has taken a landslide lead.

In the Upper East Region for instance, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia won 22 out of the 32 votes cast. In the Bono Region, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia had 28 out of the 37 valid votes cast with Kennedy Agyapong managing 5. Alan Kyerematen had two of the votes whilst Dr. Akoto Afriyie had 2 with the rest of the candidates getting zero.

In the North East Region, Dr. Bawumia secured 100 percent of the votes with the others garnering zero.

In the Greater Accra region, Dr. Bawumia had 36 votes with his closest contender, Kennedy Agyapong and Alan Kyerematen securing 15 each. Dr.  Afriyie Akoto had 3 with Kwabena Agyapong securing 1. The rests had zero votes.


At the University of Cape Coast Voting center in the Central Region, Dr. Bawumia had 25 of the votes with Kennedy Agyapong securing 19 whilst Alan Kyerematen had 4 of the votes. Joe Ghartey and Dr. Afriyie Akoti managed 3 votes each.


In the Savanna Region, Dr. Bawumia had 19 votes whilst Mr. Kennedy Agyapong had 19. Mr. Alan Kyerematen and Boakye Agyarko managed 1 votes each.

In the Upper West Region, Dr. Bawumia had 23 votes whilst Alan made 4 votes with Kennedy Agyapong managing 2.

It should be noted that these results have not been certified by the electoral Commission of Ghana. These were compiled from the various reports monitored by this portal.

It appears Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia is winning the super delegates election with a wide margin.

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