Musa Danquah disclosed that he and his team conducted some research in the Shama Constituency when speaking on Neat FM on Monday night. Kennedy Agyapong will win the constituency with more than 40% of the total votes cast, he continued, according to the data.
According to him, Kennedy Agyapong, John Mahama, Mahamudu Bawumia, and another person were on the list of candidates for their poll.
Kennedy Agyapong received 42% of the vote to win the election. 18% of all votes went to John Mahama. Mahamudu Bawumia, the doctor, had 18%. In addition to these three candidates, 32% of voters think they would prefer someone else to be president.
Kennedy Agyapong has a strong possibility of becoming the party's flag bearer since many people who believe their party has treated them unfairly would undoubtedly cast their votes for him, according to the study. Such a large number, in his opinion, gives Kennedy Agyapong a good chance of leading the party as its flag bearer.
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