Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, an aspiring presidential candidate, has cast his ballot successfully at the voting center around 08:30 hours.
His supporters cheered him on, shouting his slogans as he approached the voting booth to cast his vote.
After casting his vote, he appealed to delegates to avoid unnecessary quarrels and fights, emphasizing the importance of observing the process peacefully.
He expressed confidence in winning the election, stating that he had the numbers and believed the results would be in his favor.
“Ken Agyepong has run a very effective campaign. For that he deserves kudos. Whether he proved that he was the better choice is where he fell short in my view.
“He has made himself a threat to NPP, but surely he can pivot and be an asset to NPP. That’s what he should do,” Bentil added whiles sharing a post that had photos of Agyapong with fellow aspirant and Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia.
Agyapong also called on his agents to stay vigilant and carefully observe the process to prevent any form of cheating. He encouraged them to resist intimidation or abuse and stay focused, stressing that the election is for the party, not the individual.
“We all pray for a peaceful election tomorrow so it will be what the choice of the people are. When it’s said and done May Ghana win,” Bentil concluded his post.