Former president John Dramani Mahama is leading a delegation of observers sent by the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa, EISA to Maputo, Mozambique, ahead of its general elections on October 15.
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Other Observer Missions that will be monitoring the presidential, legislative and provincial elections include the Africa Union, SADC, The Commonwealth and European Union.
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Four candidates including the incumbent President Filipe Nyusi are contesting the presidential elections, with over 13 million registered voters.
The other candidates are Ossufo Momade of the Renamo Party, Daviz Simango of MDM and Mario Albino from the AMUSI party
Mozambique has been peaceful during the campaign period with pockets of violence and misunderstanding here and there.
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John Mahama met the National Election Commission (CNE) of Mozambique, Chairperson Edson Macuacua. The CNE assured Mr. Mahama all is set for the elections come October 15.
Mozambique has since 1994 held five general elections, the last in 2014, with all the elections won by the ruling Frelimo party.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that many Ghanaians present at The Maker's House Chapel International received their healing after world acclaimed man of God, Benny Hinn prayed and led them in worship.
Hundreds of congregants who were at program gave testimonies on Friday, October 11,2019.
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