Photos show how voters queued up since last night to just cast their votes

Photos show how voters queued up since last night to just cast their votes

- Ghana's presidential and parliamentary election is being held on Monday, December 7, 2020

- However, voters started queueing since the eve of the election day at around 8pm as photos have shown

- YEN.com.gh has compiled some interesting comments on the photos

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Ghana goes to the polls on December 7, 2020, to elect the presidential and parliamentary candidates that would rule the country for the next four years.

Voting was supposed to begin on the morning of Monday at exactly seven o'clock in the morning but people had started queueing since the previous night.

Photos sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Facebook handle of Asaase Radio's Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko show that queues started to form at around eight pm the previous night.

See the photos below:

Some people have been reacting to the photos that were made public on Facebook.

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Photos show how voters queued up since last night to just cast their votes

Photos show how voters queued up since last night to just cast their votes Credit: Asaase Radio Source: Facebook
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Mufti Yusuf stated how serious the issue was and the need to sacrifice whatever it takes to bring back John Dramani Mahama

Sa'eed Karim also indicated that the voters were queueing for change and not to retain the current government

Mubarak Art had asked the voters to go back home and sleep in order not to stress themselves for the sake of others.

Meanwhile, independent presidential aspirant, Marricke Kofi Gane, has urged Ghanaians to step out massively and cast their votes on December 7, 2020.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Facebook handle of the leader of the Gane4Ghana movement, Marricke said Ghanaians must do this even though they may not like any of the political figures on the ballot paper.

Gane explained that surely, one of the presidential candidates will win and rule Ghana for four years, so Ghanaians must take charge and choose which one will.

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