Mohammed Adamu Ramadan has kept his position as the National Democratic Congress’s (NDC) parliamentary candidate.
He got 1,015 votes, defeating out Naa Oye Bampoe Addo, a former minister of gender, who received 989 votes. A recent entry, Linda Asibi Awuni, received 506 votes.
After his first effort in 2019, the former presidential staffer became the first candidate to win the primary elections twice.
After the official announcement, Adamu Ramadan spoke to the media and indicated his willingness to cooperate with his rivals and his confidence in his ability to terminate the 4-year cycle in the 2024 general elections.