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Dr. Kwabena Duffour is trailing behind John Dramani Mahama and Kojo Bonsu in a recent survey at the Ningo Prampram constituency released by Global InfoAnalytics.

The former Finance Minister seeking to become flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress scored 0% in the 430-sample size survey conducted with a 3.5% margin of error which was carried through interviews between April 26 and 30, 2023.

The research was done concurrently with that of the Parliamentary polls.

“In the presidential race, John Mahama leads with 92.3%, followed by Kojo Bonsu, 1.2%, Dr Kwabena Duffour, 0% and 6.5% are undecided,” portions of the Executive Summary of the survey stated.

Meanwhile, the same survey released Monday, May 1, 2023, puts incumbent Member of Parliament, Samuel Nartey George, at 40% margin ahead of his competitor.

With 56% of delegates vouching for him, 16% say they will vote for Michael Tetteh Kwetey, his only competitor, whilst 28% of delegates remain undecided just 12 days away from the polls.

“Barely twelve (12) days to the NDC primaries in the Ningo-Prampram constituency, an opinion poll released by Global InfoAnalytics shows Mr. Michael Tetteh Kwetey, the sole challenger to the incumbent member of Parliament, Sam Nartey George, trailing in the poll by huge margin and highly unlikely to succeed in his
bid to unseat the MP,” the Executive Summary of the survey contains.

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Sam George, who serves as Deputy Ranking Member on Parliament’s Select Committee on Communications has been vociferous on various issues of national interest, keen amongst them, the Anti-LGBTQ bill and the SIM card re-registration.

Many believe his position on such issues of national interest has won him many hearts from both members of the ruling New Patriotic Party and floating voters at large.

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