Today the New Patriotic Party regional chairs election took place and all the focus was on the NPP stronghold Ashanti Region. After the election, the results surprised many Ghanaians. The two contestants who stand as the favourites were Bernard Antwi Boasiako known as Chairman Wontumi and Odeneho Kwaku Appiah known as COKA.
Thereon the result was declared the incumbent Chairman Wontumi won 115:75 and 112:111 which shows the difference between Chairman Wontumi and COKA was very close. Before the election, Ben Ephson who is a popular pollster predicted Chairman Wontumi will lose and Kelvin Taylor also did a campaign for COKA.
After the election, Abronye DC revealed an encounter he had with Odeneho Kwaku Appiah and it was sad after losing to Chairman Wontumi. COKA was on had the confidence of winning this election but it was unfortunate the result turned. According to Abronye COKA shouldn't lose hope but he should keep working for the next election.
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