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Adwoa Safo won’t retain seat – Mussa Dankwah

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Executive Director of Global Info Analytics, has said incumbent for , has no chance in the ongoing New Patriotic Party’s .

Mr. Dankwah in an interview with on said the MP has too many controversies surrounding her and will not be able to retain her seat.

He added that will lose her seat even if additional votes are given to her.

“The poll numbers are not in her favour and the odds are against her. Mike Ocquaye Jnr is going to win the primaries this afternoon. It should be very clear on what has happened in the constituency in the past and the TikTok issues. People have not forgiven her and that’s how bad delegates think she’s done to the NPP and on that note my MP will not go back to ,” Mr. Dankwah said.

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About 1,840 delegates are expected to cast their ballot today. The other contenders are Chief Executive Officer of the Free Zones Authority, Mike Ocquaye Junior and Sheela Sakyi Oppong Adomaa.

In the previous primaries, Adwoa Safo won by just 12 votes after she secured 496 votes while Mike Ocquaye Junior polled 488 votes.

Global Info Analytics prior to the primaries had predicted that Sarah Adwoa Safo will lose miserably by securing just ten percent of votes.

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The prediction puts Mike Ocquaye Junior ahead with 43 percent of the votes cast while Sheela Sakyi Oppong Adomaa will poll 10 percent of the votes.

The survey said undecided delegates will take 13 percent of the votes and those who did not reveal how they would vote constitute 30 percent.

The post Adwoa Safo won’t retain seat – Mussa Dankwah first appeared on 3News – First In News | Ghana News Updates.



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