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The sights at NPP’s 2018 Annual National Delegates’ Conference continue to overwhelm beholders at the Koforidua Technical University Park.
One man who claims to be the bishop of the party is Bishop Nana Addo.
Boldly engrossed on his mitre, Bishop Nana Addo’s name is obviously coined from the three-time leader of the party, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
He holds a trademark crosier as part of his full regalia.
NPP'S Annual National Delegates’ Conference which came off yesterday, July 7 saw Freddie Blay winning the substantive Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party in Koforidua where the party held its National Delegates’ Conference.
Freddie Blay polled 3,021 votes as against 2,515 of his closest contender and four-time aspirant Stephen Ntim.
The dark horse in the race for the chair slot, Dr Richard Amoako Baah polled 18 votes.
Meanwhile, provisional results showed that acting General Secretary John Boadu also won as substantive General Secretary with 4,277 beating his only opponent Richard Ahiagbah who polled 1,274 votes.
In the National Organiser race, former Youth Organiser, Sammi Awuku also won by a landslide 4,913 votes while his other two contenders Suleiman A Sadik and Emmanuel Kodua polled 466 and 142, respectively.
Mr Kwabena Abakwah Yeboah was maintained by the delegates with a vote of 2,492. His other contenders Nuhu Mahama and Mary Oduro polled 1,050 and 1,004 votes, respectively.
For the Youth Organiser race, Nana Boakye won by 423 votes with his closest contender Dominic Eduah polling 243 votes. Former Nasara Coordinator Kamal-Deen polled 102 votes while Appiah Dansah had just 1 vote.
In the NASARA Coordinator race, Abdul Aziz Futa emerged winner out of the 14 contestants with 201 votes with his closest rival Alhaji Ahmed Nuhu polling 123 votes.
Ms Kate Gyamfua also won the Women Organiser slot with 686 votes with Joyce Konokie Zampare polling 109.
With the Vice Chair slot, Rita Asobayire emerged tops with 3,670 votes while F.F. Antoh had 3,185 and Michael Omari Wadie bagging 3,028 votes. A fourth contender Agnes Chigabatia could only garner 636 votes.
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