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NPP Super Delegates Election: None of the top 3 candidates can be complacent – Prof Gyampo

Political Science lecturer at the University of Ghana, Prof Ransford Gyampo says the three candidates who came top at the New Patriotic Party (NPP)’s Super Delegates Elections still have a lot of work on their hands.

Political Science lecturer at the University of Ghana, Prof Ransford Gyampo says the three candidates who came top at the New Patriotic Party (NPP)’s Super Delegates Elections still have a lot of work on their hands.

According to the UTAG-UG President, none of them can afford to be complacent.

Making his views on the outcome of the elections, the outspoken lecturer insisted that any candidate who becomes complacent will pay a very heavy price during the main elections on November 4.

Professor Ransford Gyampo
Political Science lecturer at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo

Prof Gyampo speaking on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show on Monday, August 29, also said no candidate should have his spirit dampened.

https://myjoyonline.com/bawumia-comes-first-in-super-delegates-conference/

“As I said earlier, the future of the NPP Presidential aspirants race is heavily pregnant with definitely hugely on certain possibilities and that more work must be done by all the first three.”

“All of them have a lot of work to do and no one should be complacent and no one should have his spirit dampened and I would also expect that the voters or the delegates themselves know the implications of the Super Delegates Elections and to be fired up to vote for whoever they think in their own conscience would be the best candidate as the flagbearer of their party.”

https://myjoyonline.com/results-of-npps-super-delegates-conference-not-surprising-prof-gyampo/

Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, came first in the New Patriotic Party’s Super Delegates Congress.

The Super Delegates Congress was organized to elect five presidential aspirants to contest the party’s primaries in November this year.

This was after 10 candidates picked up forms to contest the NPP’s presidential primaries which is scheduled for November 4.

After the collation of 16 out of the 17 polling centers across the country, the Vice President has come out on top with 67.10% of the total votes cast, followed by Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong who accrued 14.15% of the total votes cast.

https://myjoyonline.com/future-of-npp-flagbearer-race-pregnant-with-uncertain-possibilities-prof-gyampo/

Former Trades Minister, Alan Kyerematen came third with 10.85% of the total votes cast, and former Agric Minister, Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto came fourth with 4.01%.

There is however a tie as Francis Addai Nimoh and former Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko, both got 1.06 percent of the total votes cast.

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