Election 2020: Photo drops as Lordina Mahama casts her vote with her 4 children

Election 2020: Photo drops as Lordina Mahama casts her vote with her 4 children

Former First Lady and wife of former president John Dramani Mahama, Lordina Mahama has cast her vote in Monday’s polls.

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In a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh she voted together with four of her sons at the La Dadekotopon constituency in the Greater Accra region.

They were all spotted clad in white as they went to cast their votes at about 11:15 am at the Next Page polling station at Tse-Addo.

Election 2020: Photo drops as Lordina Mahama casts her vote with her 4 children

Election 2020: Photo drops as Lordina Mahama casts her vote with her 4 children Photo credit: John Dramani Mahama Source: Facebook
Source: Facebook

John Mahama on the other has also cast his vote at Bole inn the Upper East region.

Just like Lordina, he was accompanied by his daughter, Farida Mahama to go cast his vote to make him president again.

Both Mahama and Farida were also clad in white attires.

Over 17 million voters are expected to take part in the December 7 election, having endured a challenging year due to the raging coronavirus pandemic.

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The leading front runners in the 2020 polls are incumbent President Nana Akufo-Addo, representing the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), and the presidential candidate of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama.

Ten other candidates are also in the race to be elected as president to manage the affairs of the country, with 275 single-member seats in parliament up for election as well.

Polls opened from 7 am and it will end at 5 pm in 38,622 polling stations in all the 275 constituencies nationwide.

The 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections will go down in Ghana's electoral history as the biggest slate of candidates since the country began democracy.

Source: Yen Newspaper

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