Lawyer Andrew Egyapa Mercer has retained his seat as the Member of Parliament for Sekondi Constituency for the next four years.
Thank you 2ndi.
Signed. Sealed. Delivered.
To the Glory of God!!!#4MoreToDoMoreForYou
— Andrew Egyapa Mercer (@EgyapaMercer) December 7, 2020
Out of the 91 polling stations in the Constituency, Mercer won 87 with his closest rival, Charles Hagan, who stood on the ticket of the national Democratic Congress (NDC), winning the rest.
Egyapa Mercer retained the seat with a total number of 17,259 votes.
Sekondi Constituency results as confirmed by the EC are as follows:
Total Valid Votes: 27,961
Total Invalid Votes: 367
Andrew Agyapa Mercer (NPP): 17, 259
Charles Hagan (NDC): 10,310
Eleanor Appiah (GUM): 468
Total Valid Cast: 28,087
Total Invalid Votes: 237
Since the creation of the Sekondi Constituency seat in 1992, the National Democratic Congress have won it only once – in 1992 and have since lost it to the New Patriotic Party in subsequent elections.
By Francis Hema|3news.com|Ghana