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UGSRC Presidential Elections: Prince Asumadu leads with 52.5%

UGSRC Presidential Elections: Prince Asumadu leads with 52.5%

Prince Asumadu is projected to win University of Ghana SRC Presidential Election after early results of certified outcomes of Friday polls put him at 52.5% ahead of his closest contender Nana B. who managed to garner 47.5%.

Out of 7,158 total votes cast, Prince Asumadu polled overwhelming 3,756 representing 52.5% whist his closest competitor and political rival Nana B. managed to garner 3,402 representing 47.5%.

Below are the results :

UGSRC Presidential Elections: Prince Asumadu leads with 52.5%   Prince Asumadu is projected to win University of Ghana SRC Presidential Election after early results of certified outcomes of Friday polls put him at  52.5% ahead of his closest contender Nana B. who managed to garner 47.5%.  Out of 7,158 total votes cast, Prince Asumadu polled  overwhelming 3,756 representing 52.5% whist his closest competitor and political rival Nana B. managed to garner 3,402 representing 47.5%.  Below are the results :    Prince Asumadu and his Running Mate to Wisdom Ndukwe were endorsed by University of Ghana students wing of NDC Tein ahead of the election.   More soon.....   Source : africaneditors.com
Prince Asumadu and his Running Mate to Wisdom Ndukwe were endorsed by University of Ghana students wing of NDC Tein ahead of the election.

UGSRC Presidential Elections: Prince Asumadu leads with 52.5%

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Source : africaneditors.com

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