Central Region Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Robert Kutin has been re-elected.

Mr Kutin polled 237 votes to beat his two challengers – Joseph Kobina Essibu (195) and Alfred Kojo Thompson (14).

The Central Region executive elections of the ruling party were postponed after an injunction was slapped by a Cape Coast High Court.

It was originally scheduled to be held on Saturday, May 28.

But after Ekumfi Constituency held its elections on Friday, June 3 following due process, the way was open for the regional elections.

By his win, Mr Kutin joins a list dominated by regional chairmen reelected by the party.

So far, 13 out of 16 have retained the posts.

Source: 3news.com|Ghana