Most of us would have thought that leading figures in society voted between the lines of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC). For your information, that was NOT the case of founder and leader of the Christian Action Faith Ministries, Nicholas Duncan Williams.
Addressing his congregation on the heated and fierce criticism the EC boss has had to endure through the election season, the famous man of God revealed that he indeed voted the Convention Peoples Party (CPP).
The CPP was not able to poll even 1 percent of votes cast in the presidential elections, although it remains one of the buoyant third force parties in Ghana today.
Should what Duncan Williams's revelation be anything to go by, then it may suggest that the CPP succeeded in winning the hearts and minds of some prominent Ghanaians.