The Managing Editor of the Daily Dispatch paper, Ben Ephson Junior, is foreseeing a ‘one-contact’ triumph for the champ in the December 7 official political race.
Speaking Wednesday, November 4, 2020 on ‘An)pa B)fo)’ morning show on Angel FM, the surveyor focused on that none of the up-and-comers competing for the Presidency can win with an edge near the 1,000,000 votes Nana Akufo-Addo collected to win the 2016 political race. “I can let you know for a reality that, whoever wins the 2020 [presidential] political race, the edge can never surpass the 984,000 and overvotes that Nana Akufo-Addo won in 2016.
President Nana Akufo-Addo, at that point head of the resistance New Patriotic Party (NPP), vanquished officeholder John Mahama of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) more than 984, 000 votes speaking to 53.8 percent against 44.4 percent surveyed by Mahama.
Nonetheless, Ben Ephson has estimate a lot quicker challenge this time which will end after the first round yet with a lower edge by the inevitable champ.
“The votes will be somewhat nearer to Nana Addo’s 984, 000 and overvotes in 2016 yet can never surpass that edge,” he told have, Captain Smart.
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