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Confirmed results from Thursday, December 27, 2018 referendum within the Oti enclave are that Krachi west had 98.50% turn out with 99.43% voting Yes.

At Krachi Nchumuru, the turn out was 87.29% and 99.6% vote Yes. From Nkwanta South, the turn out was 86.81% with 98.43% voting Yes.

Five member Regional observer team from NDC Volta Regional office led by Henry Ametepe Vice Chairman) and James Gunu ( NDC Regional Secretary) came to tour most part of the proposed Oti region during referendum.

They joined Helen Adjoa Ntoso to tour parts of Krachi west after she cast her vote.

At 5:00pm voting ended but few people were  still in the queue waiting to cast their vote.

Below are some results:

OTI REFERENDUM

1. JASIKAN: VOTERS. 40,566

YES VOTES 38,915

NO. VOTES. 310

REJECTED. 135

VALID 39,360

2. HOHOE: VOTERS. 21,367

YES. 9,427

NO. 1,125

REJECTED. 67

VALID. 10,619

3. NKWANTA SOUTH: VOTERS. 58,925

YES. 50,096

NO. 18

REJECTED. 779

VALID. 50,893

Story by Micca Tulevo

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