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NPP Is Likely To Loss This Seat In The Upper West Region- Ben Ephson

A renowned pollster, and the Chief Editor' of the Daily Dispatch Mr. Ben Ephson made a shocking revelation from his team research work today on Angel fm Anopa Bofour morning show.

The pollster made the revelation when he was call by the host of the show Captain Smart to answer some questions concerning his book that he is planning to publish before the elections.

Ben Ephson said he has put the country elections' history, and feature possible presidential candidates for the two biggest parties, the New Patriotic Party NPP and National Democratic Congress NDC in a book form for the current and future generation to know what happened before them, and what is likely to happen after them.

In the course of the interview, Captain Smart asked who will win the elections and he declined in answering that question but was quick to say, who ever win the election will win by slim margin and the winning party will not have the kind of majority the NPP is having now.

Captain Smart then said, that means the NDC is going to recover most of the seats they loss in the previous elections'.

Mr. Ben Ephson said, the NPP seat that is Likely to go off their hands is Lawra Constituency. Lawra Constituency is handle by a young politician, Anthony Karbo.

Ben Ephson said, the NPP won that seat in the previous elections' because Abu went independent, and he got 25% of the total vote cast and this cost the NDC a lot.

Now Mr. Abu and Bede Ziedeng have smoke peace pipe and Mr. Abu is now Bede Ziedeng campaign manager. This alone is a big threat to the NPP. The 25% the NDC loss will now be add on.

He said, nevertheless anything can happen but according to research survey conducted, Hon. Anthony Karbo feet is shaking.

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