Mr Ekwow Spio Garbrah has failed once again in his bid to lead the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to a presidential election .
To the delegates,
Given his stature in the NDC, he was expected to give
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But it appears he will still have to do another waiting as delegates overwhelmingly endorsed his former subordinate turned boss.
Spio-Garbrah, placing fifth in the contest of seven people conceded defeat Saturday evening even before the Electoral Commission declared the results of the election and congratulated
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votesmassively for John Mahama as flagbearer
I have taken note of the provisional results being declared by the Electoral Commission around the country in respect of the NDC Flagbearership race as well as the outstanding performance by former President John Mahama.
I wish therefore to congratulate President John Mahama's performance on this resounding victory and to wish the NDC family a period of renewal, regeneration
As we prepare collectively towards election 2020, it is my hope that the various campaign teams in this
The Spio-Garbrah campaign team wishes to thank the many individuals, institutions
In particular, I wish to thank all members of my campaign team and our regional coordinators, polling agents, and the many activists who worked hard for our campaign around the country as well as those who voted for me.
I hope that the values, ideas
I once again congratulate the John Mahama campaign team and look forward to the Party's victory in 2020.
Our journey remains Forward.
Long live NDC
Long Live Ghana