Election 2020: Akufo-Addo files nomination ahead of December polls

Election 2020: Akufo-Addo files nomination ahead of December polls

- Akufo-Addo has finally filed his nominations

- He was accompanied by Dr. Bawumia

- The forms were received by the EC chair, Jean Mensa

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has finally filed his nominations at the Electoral Commission.

He was accompanied by his running mate and vice president, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

The president in a post shared on Facebook wrote said the forms were received by the EC chair, Mrs Hean Adukwei Mensa.

On Tuesday, 6th October 2020, I filed my nomination forms for the 2020 presidential election at the offices of the Electoral Commission in Accra. The forms were received, on behalf of the Electoral Commission, by its Chair, Mrs Jean Mensa, he wrote.

Ghanaians could not keep calm as they congratulated him.

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Sekyere Sampson said he will have a resounding victory,

Well done Mr president. We will work harder to ensure a resounding victory for you again in Jesus name.

Johnny Bampoh said Nana Addo will win.

It is finished ,I declare Nana Addo the next PRESIDENT OF GHANA. Amen Amen Amen.

Anthony Osei Nyarko had something to say.

Mr. President you are a true definition of a Gentleman . Quite yet intuitive, calm yet dogged. You are our unsung hero and we don’t appreciate you enough. You make governance seamless with your support and contribution. As you file for your nomination papers today my prayer for you this day and everyday is that the Almighty continues to grant you good health, strength and grace to steer this ship of governance with the Npp team. Amen

Isaac Owusu Boateng said he is now ready to vote.

Now my thumb is ready to vote for you Nana come 7th Dec.

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In other news, former president John Mahama, also the leader and flagbearer of the NDC, has promised to eradicate the existing double-track system of the free SHS policy.

He said he will do this in a year of Ghanaians vote him and the NDC in the coming December elections.

Mahama said he will also include private senior high schools in the policy for them also to benefit.

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