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#ElectionHQ: Counting underway in NDC primaries; some vote NO against Mahama

Results of today’s presidential and parliamentary primaries have started trickling in after counting ended in some polling stations across the country.

Provisional results point to overwhelming endorsement of President John Mahama’s candidature for the 2016 presidential election.  Nonetheless the prayers and threats by some party leaders to cow every voter to cast his or her ballot for John Mahama were not fully adhered to.

Some polling stations recorded insignificant number of people voting No against the choice of John Mahama to lead the governing NDC into next year’s general elections.

For instance in Techiman South in the Brong Ahafo region, a polling station had 265 endorsing Mahama and 10 people voting No against Mahama

In the Eastern Region, at the RC polling station in the Lower West Akim 200 voted yes and 42 said no to Mahama.

As high as 82 members voted No against President Mahama at Lower Manya in Manya Anglican. He however had 444 yes.

Ablekuma Central- Seven Great Princess School-125 said yes and 1 said no.

Suame- 418 said yes and 14 said no, 5 rejected ballots

Odododiodio constituency City Engineers polling station-280 said yes and 2 rejected votes

Abuakwa South Constituency- Zongo electoral Area- 65 said yes and 2 voted no

Ablekuma South- Min of Health Basic School- 178 for and 1 against Mahama

Korle bu Police Station – 106 for and 4 against and 4 rejected

Bremang R/C -52 said yes and 1 said no.

Techiman South- 265 are for and 10 are against and 7 rejected votes

Ablekuma Central-Old Candle Factory, Sabon Zongo polling station- 402 said yes and no one voted against the president.







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