We Knew Nana Will Win, But—Nana Ntow

Spokesperson for Alan Kyerematen, Nana Ohene Ntow says he’s surprised at the difference in votes between his boss, Alan and Nana Addo.

Speaking a while ago on Joy FM on his way to Alan’s office, Nana Ntow said,

“The difference between Nana Addo and Alan is surprising to me. We knew Nana will win, but not this difference,” he said.

However, Nana Ohene Ntow said their job is done because they made it into the top 5 and they are waiting for the final election on October 18.

“The fact that he’s in the top 5, we have achieved our aim. The choice of a larger college for October 18 could be different,” he added.

On October 18, 100,000 electorates are expected to vote and Alan’s camp are hoping the story changes in their favour.

Meanwhile the certified votes have been declared and the only thing that has changed is how many delegates voted, thus 740 instead of the provisional, 741.

Therefore Nana Addo had 80.81% and 7.9% for Alan.
Dr. Kofi Konadu Apraku and Steven Asamoah Boateng have been confirmed kicked out of the next hurdle.

The certified results were read to newsmen by the General Secretary, Kwabena Agyapong.

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