Volta Region NDC elects Mawutor Agbavitor as Regional Chairman

James Gunu obtained 456 votes to retain his secretaryship position as his contenders Gladstone Stanley got 14 votes and Albert Laurent Sakabutu 110 votes.

 

Mawutor Agbavitor has been elected as the new Volta Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). He secured 203 votes to beat the incumbent
Henry Ametefe who obtained only 130 votes.

At end end of the poll held on Saturday, November 12, 2022, the former vice chairman – George Loh came second with 181 votes followed by Francis Doe with 62 and Marshall Emil Ackumey got 05 votes.

Two persons – Egypt Kwabla Kudoto with 220 votes and Divine Fiakpui Dzahini with 193 votes were elected as First and Second vice Chairmen respectively. Bridget Simpi with 67 votes Mandfred Nuki-Dei with 20 votes and Tumaku John with 79 were sent home.

James Gunu obtained 456 votes to retain his secretaryship position as his contenders Gladstone Stanley got 14 votes and Albert Laurent Sakabutu 110 votes.

Deputy Secretary was also retained in the person of Ege Bright Kwashie with 327 votes. Stephen Adom with 120 votes, Emmanuel CK Todzoh with 18 votes and Stanley Nelvis Glate with 116 votes all sent home.

For the Communications Officer position, the incumbent, Kafui Agbleze obtained 522 votes to beat Kwaku Amedume who got only 59 votes.

The Deputy Communications, Bright Delali Kugbeadzor was maintained with 365 votes. Tagbor Sampson Nukunu got 185 and Edwin Kwame Amemasor managed just 32 votes.

Volta Region elects Mawutor Agbavitor as Regional Chairman

Siki Abibu also retained his Regional Organizer position with 358 votes by beating Chester Ati who got 222 votes.

For the Regional Treasurer position, Daniel Agboka Dzegede was retained with with 293 votes. The rest were as follow: Wonder Nditsi – 140 votes, Abdul Hakeem 104 votes, Okudzeto Simons, 10 votes and Alfred Brown Kuma 36 votes.

Deputy Treasurer, Evelyn Gaglozu was retained with 381 votes while Elizabeth Edem Tsekpodoe got 200 votes.

The Zongo Caucus Coordinator Hajia Hawa Tahiru was retained as she secureed 264 votes, Alhaji Bello Misbawu- got 134 votes where as Idrissu Mubarak had 182 votes.

For the youth wing incumbent, Mathias Kwame Alagbo was retained with 44 votes where as his Deputy, Angelo Norkplim Agbodzi who filed to challenge him could managed only 18 votes

Kwame Asiemoah Junior and Johnson K. Samlafo were elected as deputies with 33 and 22 votes respectively.

For women organizer position, the incumbent, Delphia Fafa Agbai won with 32 votes.

Awo Galley Ann and Cynthia Afeafa Woayor were elected as deputies with 16 and 19 votes respectfully.

By Edzorna Francis Mensah

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