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Eric Apeadu Yeboah wins Akuapem South NPP primary        

The 38 year old Apeadu Yeboah secured 267 votes, triumphing over his closest rival, Frank Aidoo, the Municipal Chief Executive of the area, who garnered 69 votes.

Eric Apeadu Yeboah, a former aide to Member of Parliament for Akuapem South, Osei Bonsu Amoah, has clinched victory to become the parliamentary candidate for the constituency.

The 38-year-old Apeadu Yeboah secured 267 votes, triumphing over his closest rival, Frank Aidoo, the Municipal Chief Executive of the area, who garnered 69 votes.

The process was nearly disrupted when allegations surfaced that one of the candidates had confined some delegates in a room adjacent to the voting center.

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Other contenders were Kwame Ofori Gyawu and Samuel Annor Mensah. They secured 152 and 54 votes, respectively in the elections held on Saturday, March 2, 2024, at Aburi in the Eastern region.

Eric Apeadu Yeboah jubilating after winning Akuapem South NPP primary

The NPP officially announced the postponement of the Akuapem South primary on Thursday, January 25, 2024, following petitions and recommendations from both the constituency and regional executive committees.

This decision was influenced by the withdrawal of Osei Bonsu Amoah from the contest.

 

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