Deputy National Youth Organiser of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Eric Edem Agbana has won the Ketu South parliamentary primary with one vote.
After incumbent James Klutse Avedzi said he wasn’t contesting anymore, 8 persons contested the slot.
After amassing 360 votes, Eric Edem Agbana was keenly contested by one John Agbanu with 359 votes.
TV3’s Eric Mawuena reported on Onua TV/FM that Mr. Agbanu’s agent called for recounting after the difference in votes obtained was only one.
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He said after the recounting, the results remained unchanged.
Without waiting for declaration, supporters of Edem Agbana started jubilating with a march to his residence at Tadzewu.
His election as parliamentary candidate comes as a victory in 2024 with the constituency and the region as a whole being a stronghold of the NDC.
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