Voters at the Ledzorkuku Constituency at Teshie in Accra believe whichever party wins the Ledzorkuku seat will eventually win the presidential race in the crucial 2012 election which is currently underway.

And these voters have a strong historical evidence to back their claims. In 1996 it was the National Democratic Congress? Nii Adjei-Boye Sekan who won the seat, with ex-president John Rawlings winning the presidential race for a second term.

In 2000, the New Patriotic Party?s Eddie Akity won the seat with ex-president John Kufuor also winning the presidential race for the NPP.

Four years later, the NPP retained the seat but with Dr Gladys Nortey Ashietey as the MP. Mr Kufuor was also retained as president.

In 2008, the Parliamentary candidate of the NDC, Nii Nortey Duah beat the incumbent to win the seat and history replicated itself with the late John Mills becoming president after three previous attempts.

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