After the process, Agyapong pulled about 20% more than the predicted margin, getting 37% of votes against the over 61% that eventual winner Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia got. Addressing his campaign team and supporters from across the country at a thanksgiving party over the weekend, Agyapong addressed persons who doubted his strength and underestimated him. But this evening I pray for God to grant him long life... I beseech you all to pray for me to get long life with good health, with that, the will of God will surely be done," he stressed. His closest contender, Ken Agyapong polled some 37.41%, a figure that shocked watchers and opponets alike.
Source: GhanaWeb November 13, 2023 15:51 UTC