Certified results from one of the 275 constituencies by the Electoral Commission (EC), indicates former President Mahama is winning by a wide margin in the presidential primaries for the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Final results from the Bodi Constituency show former President Mahama beating his six challengers by at least 600 votes in the Western Region.
The other candidates namely: Alban Kingsford Sumani Bagbin polled 5 votes; Ekow Spio-Garbrah polled 4 votes; Prof. Joshua Alabi polled 9 votes; Sylvester Mensah polled 3 votes; Goosie Tanoh 7 votes and businessman, Alhaji Nurideen Iddrisu polled 2 votes.
With Mr. Mahama polling a total of 608 of the valid votes cast in the NDC presidential primaries in the constituency.
641 votes were cast with three ballots rejected, totaling a 95% turnout for the voting proccess.
Saturday’s presidential primaries are still on going.
In the Eastern Region, former Minister of Communications, Dr Edward Omane Boamah was among some 700 delegates who cast their vote at New Juaben North constituency.
“The voting process has been peaceful since it started at 7am,” he told a reporter from Joy News.
Speaking to journalists after casting his vote, Dr Omane Boamah was confident his former boss, John Mahama will emerge victorious, explaining his victory will rejuvenate the party’s base ahead of the 2020 polls