- President Akufo Addo is in the Twitter Trends with “#Iam4Nana.
- The president is seeking a re-election amid the Coronavirus.
- Social media campaigns have been the go to place for both NDC and NPP.
The December 7 election is just weeks away. Political parties are racing against time to sell their manifesto and campaign promise to both supporters and opponents of their parties.
The incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP) is doing just that, if not vigorously on social media. With the power of social media tools like Facebook and Twitter, political parties are now stretching out to an undecided, youthful population.
On the Twitter Trends this weekend of Saturday has been #Iam4Nana. This hashtag has seen the communication team of the NPP campaign tout the various achievements of the Akufo-Addo-Bawumia administration which includes the Free SHS initiative.
Twitter trends on both campaigns have been intense all through the lead up to the general elections.
Political experts say this election could be best impacted by not just the traditional media but also, social media platforms - Twitter and Facebook.
As Ghanaians head to the polls on December 7, the Inspector General of Police (IGP) has deployed exactly 62,794 security officers to all places in the country prone to violence.
This is to ensure peace and stability in what has been described as a knife-edged election between the incumbent president, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo and his contender, John Dramani Mahama.
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