NDC Decides: Provisional results indicate Mahama winning with significant margin

The opposition National Democratic Congress is voting to choose a presidential candidate for the 2020 elections.

Seven men are vying for the slot.

Kade constituency
Bagbin  4
Nurudin   2
JDM         854
Sly.           2
Spio.        O
Gossi.      2o
Alabi.        12
Rejected.    1
Kade results

Tamale Central Constituency. 
ACS Bagbin 6
Alhaji Nurideen Idrissu 1
JDM 1169
Sly Mensah 0
Ekow Spio G 4
Goosie Tannor 13
Prof Joshua Alabi 32

Rejected 1
Total votes cast 1267
Valid 1226

 

Effia Constituency Western Region

Nurudeen 1
Sly 2
Spit 12
Goosie  2
Alabi.   3
Jm.  653
Rejected 1
Spoilt 4

Central Tongu NDC Presidential Primaries Results.

1. Alban Bagbin – 00

3. John Mahama – 778

4. Sylvester Mensah – 01

6. Goosie Tanoh – 14

7. Joshua Alabi – 19

Rejected Votes – 04

Number of Delegates – 869

AKATSI NORTH

Bagbin  2
Nurudeen 3
Mahama 451
Spio     3
Sly   4
Goosie 0
Alabi 3

Mahama 96.78%

Provisional results

NORTH DAYI
Bagbin 1
JDM.    620
Sly        1
Spio.     0
Goosie 4
Alabi.    1
Total turnout 620
JDM 98.88

Results for Mpraeso constituency 
A.S.K.Bagbin =11
Nurideen=3
John Mahama=687
Sylvester Mensah=3
Spio Garbrah=4
Goosie Tanah=7
Joshua Alabi=10
Rejected=4
95% for Jm

Agortime-Ziope 581 registered 580 voted
Agotime-Ziope Constituency

ASK Bagbin 0
Nurideen      0
John Mahama 577
Sly Mensah  0
Joshua Alabi 0
Goosie             1
Spio                  0
Rejected             2
Total Turnout. 580

99.5% for John Mahama

Yendi constituency Results
1. S. K. Gbagbin =  10
2. Alhaj Nurudeen = 1
3. John Dramani Mahama = 955
4. Sylvester Mensah = 2
5.  Spio Garbrah = 7
6. Goosei Tanor = 21
7. Joshua Alabi = 18
Rejected ballot =  5

KUMBUNGU CONSTITUENCY
1. Hon Bagbin  =4
2. Alhaj Nurideen =4
3. JDM = 700
4. SLY =4
5. SPIO =10
6. Goosie =5
7. Alabi =14
Spoilt =2
Rejected =3
Total =744

Provisional Results for Ningo /Prampram NDC Presidential Primaries 2019

1. Albans Bagbin- 4

2. Alhaji Nurideen-1

3.John Mahama-  694

4.Sylvester Mensah- 22

5. Ekow Spio Gabrah- 2

6. Goosie Tandoh- 1

7. Joshua Alabi- 16

Rejected ballots- 7

Registered  voters- 856

Total vote cast – 747

Upper West Akim-Adeiso

Ask Bagbin – 4
Nurudeen Iddrisu – 0
John Dramani Mahama 712
Sylvester Mensah – 2
Spio Garbrah – 5
Goosie Tanoh -6
Prof Joshua Alabi – 7

Reject ballot – 7

EC official

Akim Oda Constituency

1.Bagbin=0
2.Nurudin=0
3.Mahama=366
4.Sylvester=3
5.Spio=0
6.Goosie=0
7.Alabi=11
Total =384
Rejected=3

95.3% endorsement

Lower West Akim Constituency* 

1. Bagbin= 7
2. Nurudin= 0
3. Mahama= 876
4. Sylvester= 2
5. Spio= 4
6. Goose= 2
7. Alabi= 17
Total = 908
Rejected= 3
Endorsed by EC.
96.5%

Provisional results Odododiodio.

1. Spio 2
2. Alabi 16
3. Goosie 13
4. Sly 4
5. Nurudeen 2
6. Bagbin 4
7. Mahama 1405

Rejected 1 spoilt 1
Total votes cast 1447
Expected  1579

Chereponi in the new North East Region [5: 43]

NDC Decides Chereponi

Savelugu in the Northern Region [ 5: 40]

NDC Decides Savelugu sheet

Cape Coast South results [5:37]
Bagbin. – 0
Nurideen-  0
JM.          – 786
Sylvester     0
Spio.            9
Goosie.        3
Alabi           11

Saboba constituency[ 5;31]
Jm-  564
Tano_ 6
Slyv- 2
Spio_ 8
Alabi_ 7
Bagbin- 8
Nuru_ 0
Saboba constituency result rejected  5

NDC headquarters [5:26 pm] Former president John Dramani Mahama is reported to have won the NDC elections with 33 votes at the headquarters polling station which had 67  people on the voter register.

[5:17] Counting underway in the Takoradi constituency in the Western region, Ina-Thalia Quansah reported.

Cape Coast North Constituency[05;15] Counting started. Those who left after voting are coming back to witness the counting. Of the total number of 1186 on the voter register, 1036 turned up to vote.

Kwaku Rickets Hagan, Cape Coast South Member of Parliament has commended the stakeholder for successful electoral process so far.

NDC Headquarters[5; 00 pm] The wrapping up is being done, electoral officers almost signing off. Almost 42 out of 62 have come to vote. They are now starting the process of counting. Very peaceful and orderly. The headquarters will be the place for the final declaration of the results.

Anlo Afiadenyigba in Keta constituency[4:57 pm] At the end of polls,  759 delegates out of 805 voted….. Counting ongoing

Provisional results[ 4:44pm]

Greater Accra region

Kpone-Katamanso
Joshua Alabi                           14
Alban Bagbin                          118
John Mahama                         287
S. Mensah                                37
Ekow Spio Garbrah                191
Goosie Tanoh                           21
Nurudeen Idrissu                      3

Ablekuma Central
Joshua Alabi                           274
Alban Bagbin                           47
John Mahama                         328
S. Mensah                                21
Ekow Spio Garbrah                122
Goosie Tanoh                           16
Nurudeen Idrissu                      7

Ablekuma North
Joshua Alabi                           250
Alban Bagbin                           121
John Mahama                         288
S. Mensah                                 13
Ekow Spio Garbrah                102
Goosie Tanoh                          189
Nurudeen Idrissu                     1

Ablekuma South
Joshua Alabi                           114
Alban Bagbin                           87
John Mahama                         221
S. Mensah                                14
Ekow Spio Garbrah                 156
Goosie Tanoh                           9
Nurudeen Idrissu                      2

Ablekuma
Joshua Alabi                           151
Alban Bagbin                           35
John Mahama                         201
S. Mensah                                112
Ekow Spio Garbrah                 11
Goosie Tanoh                           24
Nurudeen Idrissu                      5

Odododiodoo
Joshua Alabi                           151
Alban Bagbin                           35
John Mahama                         199
S. Mensah                                17
Ekow Spio Garbrah                 15
Goosie Tanoh                           131
Nurudeen Idrissu                      1
Adenta
Joshua Alabi                           274
Alban Bagbin                           47
John Mahama                         328
S. Mensah                                21
Ekow Spio Garbrah                122
Goosie Tanoh                           16
Nurudeen Idrissu                      8

Rafiq Salam report [4; 34 PM] From the Upper West Region: A police officer, providing security for the Bole area, lost control of his rifle which went off shooting indiscriminately, fortunately, nobody was hurt and did not disrupt the voting process.

Greater Accra [4; 26 pm] Sylvester Mensah is at Krowor. He said there has been a breakdown of morality on the part of NDC leadership. He added the NDC leadership is working to skew victory in favour of former President John Mahama. According to him, his aids are collating the infractions and his side will decide what to do at the end of the election. But he says he is still confident of victory.

Greater Accra [4 pm]: The Greater Accra Regional Secretary of the NDC, Theophilous Tetter Chai has lauded his party for what seems like seamless presidential primaries.

According to him “the decision we took at the National Executive Committee was a very wise one.” According to him, the said decision which included the exclusion of party militia from providing security and allowing the national electoral commission to conduct the election is already yielding fruit for which other political parties must emulate.

In his words “This is one of the most peaceful elections which have been conducted. We took a decision as a political party and we said we will not allow any party militia and it has paid off. NDC has shown the way on how to conduct ourselves as a political party,” he told JoyNews.

Steady progress

Ongoing presidential primaries of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Saturday, is progressing steadily.

Joy News’ correspondents across the country say delegates are casting their ballots peacefully.

In the Eastern Region, former Minister of Communications, Dr Edward Omane Boamah, was among some 700 delegates who cast their vote at New Juaben North constituency.

Some notable personalities and where they voted

Former President John Dramani Mahama has cast his vote in his home town of Bole in the new Savanah Region.

Julius Debrah former, Chief of Staff, who served in the erstwhile John Dramani Mahama government, cast his vote in Suhum.

Prof. Jane Naana Opoku Agyeman has been at the Cape Coast North Constituency to cast her ballot but unfortunately, her name could not be found in the register. She has been to Cape Coast South to check there, too.

Confusion at Ningo Prampram; MP accuses the chairman of manipulation

The Member of Parliament of Ningo Prampram, Sam George, has accused the regional and constituency chairman of the National Democratic Congress of trying to manipulate the electoral register there

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