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Bawumia can win 15 regions except Volta Region if polls are held today Denis Miracles Aboagye Affirms.


In a hypothetical scenario where polls are held today, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia emerges as a frontrunner with the potential to secure victories in 15 out of Ghana’s 16 regions, according to a recent analysis conducted by political commentator Denis Miracles Aboagye. However, the Volta Region stands out as an exception, presenting a significant challenge to Bawumia’s widespread regional support.

Aboagye’s assessment, which has garnered attention across the political spectrum, sheds light on the evolving dynamics of regional political preferences in Ghana. Drawing on extensive data and regional sentiment analysis, Aboagye identifies Bawumia as a formidable contender capable of garnering substantial support across most regions of the country.

The analysis highlights Bawumia’s appeal and growing popularity in regions such as Ashanti, Greater Accra, and Northern, where he is poised to secure significant electoral victories based on current sentiments. However, the Volta Region emerges as a notable outlier, presenting a unique electoral challenge for Bawumia and his political allies.

Historically, the Volta Region has been a stronghold for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), with deep-rooted political affiliations and allegiances. Despite concerted efforts by the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) to make inroads in the region, Aboagye’s analysis suggests that Bawumia’s prospects remain uncertain in this key battleground.

The significance of the Volta Region in Ghana’s political landscape cannot be overstated, with its sizable population and strategic importance in national elections. As such, Bawumia and his political allies are likely to intensify their efforts to court support and bridge the gap in this pivotal region ahead of the next election cycle.

In response to Aboagye’s analysis, political observers have underscored the importance of regional dynamics in shaping electoral outcomes, emphasizing the need for strategic engagement and outreach strategies tailored to the unique characteristics of each region.

As Ghana prepares for the next round of elections, the question of regional support and electoral viability looms large, with Bawumia’s potential to secure victories in 15 regions underscored by Aboagye’s analysis, albeit with the Volta Region standing as a notable exception and a key battleground for political dominance.

story filed by: Nana kwaku Duah


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