The controversial Northern Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Daniel Bugri Naabu failed to retain his position, not even after drawing sympathy votes from his storming the election grounds in a wheelchair as well as towing his mangled accident car to the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium in Tamale where the delegates conference were held.
He pulled a shocking 116 votes whilst his closest contender Mohammed A. Bantima Samba, who showed him the exit, gathered maximum 312 of the 566 total votes cast.
Daniel Bugri Naabu after surviving a near-fatal accident on Thursday managed to get his V8 Prado Land Cruiser to the venue ahead of the election held on Saturday April 28,2018, an act that got tongues wagging.
Another casualty is the Regional Secretary Sule Salifu who also doubles as the Northern Regional Coordinator of the Youth Employment Agency who lost to Lawyer Sule Sambian.
Again, the 2nd Vice Hajia Amama who is Ghana’s Ambassador to Dubai has been unseated by the Northern Regional Coordinator of the School Feeding Programme Mrs Felicia Tetteh with a 20 and 336 votes respectively.
Fredrick Tahiru, another incumbent has been kicked out by Shamuna Ghazi with a 95 and 138 votes in the Regional Youth Organizer.
Below is the result for the various positions in the election.
After being trolled to the Tamale Sport Stadium, venue for the Regional Delegates Congress in a wheelchair with his accident vehicle also towed, Chairman Daniel Bugri Naabu could not retain his position as the Northern Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party.
He pulled 116 whiles his closest contender Mohammed A. Bantima Samba pulled 312 of the 566 total votes cast.
Daniel Bugri Naabu after surviving a fatal accident a forth night managed to get his V8 Prado Land Cruiser to the premises ahead of the election Saturday May 28,2018, an act that got tongues waging.
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