The former regional minister said, “Compared to the past, most residents are feeling the hardship under the present government and will vote accordingly.”
But Dr. Adu Gyamfi has questioned this claim, insisting the percentage of voters who may be looking for the said change cannot be quantified ahead of time.
“It will be quite difficult to determine because it is unknown if they will stick to their signature block voting or not. It will take more than campaigning to determine if NPP will win massively from the Volta” he indicated.
Meanwhile, NDC has rubbished the claims by the opposition party that it would astronomically increase its votes at its 'world bank'.
They insis,t the region remains their stronghold adding that, the NPP will get the biggest shock of their lives after the polls are announced.