NPP Super Delegates: Bawumia Beats Alan In Ashanti1 min read
Dr Bawumia polled 97 votes out of the 121 total valid votes cast with Alan polling 10 votes only.
Kennedy Agyapong came third in the region with 6 votes, with the former Agriculture Minister, Dr Afriyie Akoto also polling 5.
The rest of the contenders did not garner any votes. However, there was one rejected ballot.
Results trickling in indicate that Dr Bawumia has garnered more votes across the country with Kennedy Agyapong and Alan Kyerematen trailing the vice president.
The Super Delegates Congress is being held to elect five presidential aspirants to contest the party’s primaries in November this year.
The five aspirants who secure the highest number of votes will go on to contest the primaries, where they will compete to become the NPP’s flagbearer for the 2024 general election.