With almost all 275 Constituencies (save some 2) results in, it is crystal clear two-time Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo has once again won the confidence of delegates, this time overwhelmingly, to lead the opposition party in the next general elections.
Provisional results available to Peacefmonline.com indicates that 125,320 out of 141,172 Special Delegates expected to vote, participated in the exercise. This represents an 88.77 % participation rate.
Nana Addo polled 117,090 votes representing 94.32 %. His closest challenger, Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten, who was expected to give him a run for his money garnered a paltry 5,917 votes which in percentage terms equals 4.77.
Whiles Francis Addai-Nimoh, polled 1,131 votes representing 0.91 %.
A total number of 1,182 rejected votes was recorded in the nationwide exercise.
In 2010, Nana Akufo-Addo polled 83,517 votes (78.89%); Alan Kyerematen polled 21,226 votes (19.91%); Isaac Osei garnered 1,194 votes (1.12%); Dr Frimpong-Boateng polled 428 votes (0.40%) and John Kwame Kudua garnered 225 votes (0.21%).