Mahama will once more lead the NDC.


A picture of Mahama

Kojo Bonsu, who received 3,181 votes, or 1.1% of the total valid votes, finished in second place to Mr. Mahama with 297,603 votes, or (98.9%), becoming the NDC’s flagbearer-elect.

In the early hours of Sunday, May 14, the party declared his triumph.

After Dr. Kwabena Duffuor, a potential contender and the former governor of the Bank of Ghana, withdrew, citing party differences as the reason, Mr. Mahama felt certain of his victory.

Prior to the primaries, Mahama’s campaign staff had expressed confidence in obtaining 99.9% of the votes.

Kojo Bonsu has since conceded and congratulated Mr. Mahama on winning the presidential primary elections.

After losing his bid for re-election in the presidential elections of 2016 and 2020, John Dramani Mahama will run in 2024 with the hope of winning.

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