Live updates: Provisional results trickle in as vote counting begins nationwide

Live updates: Provisional results trickle in as vote counting begins nationwide

The provisional results for the 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections have started trickling in after polls closed at 5 pm nationwide.

Polls opened at 7 am on Monday, December 7, 2020, for eligible voters to cast their ballots for their preferred candidates in the tightly-contested race.

Electoral Commission (EC) officials and political party agents are at the various collating centres across the country where counting is underway.

Stay with YEN.com.gh for live updates and extensive coverage on the entire process. See the updates below:

We must work together for the good of Ghana - Akufo-Addo

President-elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says his victory in the just-ended general elections is “incontestable.”

Addressing the nation on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, after the Electoral Commission declared him the winner of the presidential election, the president called for unity and the need to work together for the development of Ghana.

“the period for campaigning is over and the Ghanaian people through the results have made it loud and clear that the two political must work together especially in parliament for the good of the country,” he said.

Mahama retained as former president - Gabby mocks

A leading member of the governing NPP, Gabby Otchere-Darko, has mocked former President, John Dramani Mahama, for losing the presidential race to President Akufo-Addo.

Ursula congratulates boss, Akufo-Addo

Communications Minister, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has congratulated President Akufo-Addo on being given another four-year term by Ghanaians.

The Ablekuma West legislator played a crucial role in the president’s campaign.

Thank you Ghana for voting 4More - Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has thanked Ghanaians for giving him another four-year term.

Akufo-Addo was declared Ghana’s president-elect in the just-ended general elections by the chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensa, on Wednesday, December 9, 2020.

He defeated former President John Dramani Mahama of the NDC, obtaining 6,730,413 votes representing 51.595% of the total valid votes cast.

Mahama collected 6,214,889 votes being 47.366% of the total valid votes cast.

Ghanaians react to Jean Mensa's declaration

Akufo-Addo is Ghana’s president-elect - Jean Mensa

The chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC), Jean Mensa, has declared President Akufo-Addo as Ghana’s president-elect in Monday’s general elections.

Addressing Ghanaians on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, Mensa said the incumbent president was retained by obtaining 6,730,413 votes representing 51.595% of the total valid votes cast.

The presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama, collected 6,214,889 votes being 47.366% of the total valid votes cast.

EC arrives to announce presidential results

The chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC), Jean Mensa, has just arrived at Accra International Conference Centre to announce the winner of the presidential election.

President Akufo-Addo has been projected to win the polls.

Certified Presidential Election Results - Northern region

When you win an election; you don’t need to be aggressive – Akufo-Addo to supporters

President Nana Akufo-Addo has urged his supporters to keep calm as the nation awaits the Electoral Commission to announce the results of Monday’s presidential race.

The president said in a Facebook post: “When you win an election, you don't need to be aggressive. Be of good character and wait for the Electoral Commission to declare.”

No NDC party agent was ejected from National Collation Centre - EC

The Electoral Commission (EC) has debunked claims that an agent of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) was removed from the national collation centre.

NPP heads to court over some five constituencies

The general secretary of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), John Boadu, has served notice that the party will challenge parliamentary results of five constituencies in court.

Boadu made the disclosure in an interview with the media at the residence of incumbent President, Nana Akufo-Addo, on Wednesday.

He, however, did not mention the names of the constituencies.

Akua Donkor concedes; congratulates Akufo-Addo

Madam Akua Donkor, the presidential candidate of the Ghana Freedom Party, was at the Nima residence of President Akufo-Addo to congratulate him.

The president has been projected to win the presidential polls in the just-ended general elections.

Certified Presidential Election Results - Western North region

Certified Presidential Election Results - Bono East region

Certified Central Regional Winners for the 2020 Parliamentary Elections

Certified Upper East Regional Winners for the 2020 Parliamentary Elections

Certified Eastern Regional Winners for the 2020 Parliamentary Elections

Certified presidential election results - North East region

Certified presidential election results - Upper West region

Certified presidential election results - Ahafo region

Certified presidential election results - Volta region

Certified presidential election results - Bono region

Certified presidential election results - Oti region

Certified presidential election results - Central region

Certified presidential election results - Western region

Certified presidential election results - Upper East region

Certified presidential results - Savanna region

Certified presidential results - Ashanti region

EC should declare the 2020 presidential results in detail - NDC

The minority leader of Ghana's seventh parliament, Haruna Iddrisu has underscored the need for the Electoral commissioner Jean Mensah, to declare the 2020 presidential results with details.

According to him, in declaring the presidential results from the just-ended 2020 general elections, the EC must endeavor to mention the details from all the over 33,000 polling stations.

NDC supporters mass up at EC Headquarters

Hundreds of supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have massed up at the headquarters of the Electoral Commission (EC) ahead of the declaration of results.

They say they have gone there to ensure that Mahama of the NDC is declared the winner of the 2020 polls.

Mahama dodges Peace Council as EC readies to declare presidential results

The presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Mahama, has rejected meeting with the National Peace Council ahead of the declaration of Election 2020 results by the Electoral Commission.

In an election programme monitored by YEN.com.gh on TV3’s Election Command Centre on Wednesday, Mahama was said to have absented himself from the meeting.

TV3 reporter Komla Klutse who is stationed at the Cantonment office of Mahama reveals that the running mate of Mahama, Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang, the former National Security boss, Larry Gbevlo Lartey, and other NDC bigwigs were the ones at the meeting.

61 electoral and post-electoral incidents recorded nationwide

The Joint Operation Centre of the NESTF has recorded a total of 61 electoral and post-electoral incidents nationwide.

Twenty-one of the incidents are true cases of electoral violence, six of which involve gunshots resulting in the death of five.

2020 polls “super, free, fair” - Former NDC’s insider Koku Anyidoho

The Chief Executive Officer of the Atta Mills Institute, Koku Anyidoho, has described Monday’s parliamentary and presidential polls as super, free, and fair.

Speaking to journalists as an observer in the elections, the former deputy general secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress, applauded the Electoral Commission (EC) for a smooth process.

“The election has been generally free and fair…,” he said.

EIB Network gives Akufo-Addo huge lead in 261 constituencies

The EIB Network has given President Akufo-Addo a huge lead in the 261 constituency results it collated.

According to the network, out of the 261 constituencies collated, the president has garnered a total of 6, 297, 943 representing 51.69% while the NDC’s flagbearer John Dramani Mahama has polled 5, 750, 955 representing 47.20%.

The remaining 10 parties made up, NDP, CPP, PPP, GUM, LPG, GFP, and an Independent Candidate polled 135, 748 representing 1.11%.

A look at social media reactions as Ghanaians await ‘almighty’ Jean Mensa’s declaration

Odododiodio seat: I’m disappointed I lost – Nii Lante Bannerman

The governing New Patriotic Party’s parliamentary candidate for Odododiodoo, Nii Lante Bannerman, says he was disappointed in the outcome of Monday’s poll.

The NDC’s parliamentary candidate, Edwin Nii Lante Vanderpuye, retained the Odododiodioo parliamentary seat.

He polled 41,446 votes out of the total ballots cast while Bannerman trailed behind with 34,887 votes.

GUM’s Christian Kwabena Andrews concedes to Akufo-Addo

The flagbearer of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM), Christian Kwabena Andrews, aka “Osofo Kyiri Abosom”, has just called President Akufo-Addo to congratulate him on his victory in the election.

President Akufo-Addo was projected to win the presidential race in the just-ended general elections.

The Electoral Commission will declare the results later today.

Proverb of the day

The chief's wealth is his subjects.

---Congolese proverb

Elections 2020: Polls too close to call; stop premature congratulations - PPP

The Presidential Candidate of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Brigitte Dzogbenuku, has cautioned those congratulating incumbent President, Nana Akufo-Addo, as Ghana’s president-elect to stop.

“We would like to place on record that the PPP shall be the first to congratulate the EC’s declared winner of the presidential race,” she said in a statement on Wednesday, December 9, 2020.

“In this regard, premature congratulations are out of order, particularly at this time when the election is too close to call.”

Rains, others affected results declaration timeline – EC

The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) Jean Mensa has said rains and other challenges affected the commission’s 24 hours’ timeline to declare results.

“We express our regret for our inability to declare the results at 5 pm on Tuesday as planned,” Mensa said.

Akufo-Addo projected to win the 2020 presidential election

President Nana Akufo-Addo of the NPP will win the 2020 presidential election based on results from 270 out of the 275 constituencies in the country, Accra-based Peace FM has projected.

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Image credit: Peace FM; Nana Akufo-Addo / Modified by author
Source: UGC

According to the Peace FM data, Akufo-Addo has garnered 6,579,032 votes, representing 51.5% of the total valid votes cast. John Mahama of the NDC has won 6,022,617 votes, representing 47.1%. The vote difference between the two candidates stands at 561,654 votes, and Mahama cannot catch up in the five remaining constituencies.

Election 2020: EC has received 14 out of 16 regional results; 7 certified - Chair

The chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC), Jean Mensa, has confirmed the commission has received 14 out of 16 regional election results so far.

She, however, said seven out of the 14 regional election results have been certified.

Ahafo Region - Certified presidential election results

The certified 2020 presidential election results for the Ahafo Region of Ghana.

Election 2020: ECOWAS, AU, UN laud peaceful Ghana elections

The Heads of ECOWAS and African Union Observer Missions and the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for West Africa, the Sahel, and the Head of UNOWAS, have lauded Ghanaians for the peaceful conduct of the presidential and parliamentary 2020 elections.

In a joint statement released after the December 7 polls, ECOWAS, AU, and the UN said this was in line with Ghana's ''enviable record of organising peaceful and successful elections since the return to multiparty democracy in 1992''.

Election 2020: Oppong-Nkrumah refutes Mahama's claims NDC won 140 parliamentary majority

The Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah, has refuted claims by former president Mahama that the NDC has won a 140 parliamentary majority in the 2020 polls.

Addressing the media at a press conference today, December 8, he said no certified results have proven the NDC has won that number of seats.

He called on Ghanaians to disregard Mahama's claim.

Elections 2020: We’ll resist attempts to steal us; we won 10 regions - Mahama

The former president, John Dramani Mahama says he’s excited with the results of Monday, December 7, 2020, general elections.

Addressing the media moments ago in his residence, the presidential candidate of the NDC, thanked Ghanaians for the confidence they reposed in the party.

“It’s clear the Ghanaian wants a change in this country. They are tired of Akufo-Addo,” he stated in the address monitored by YEN.com.gh.

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Elections 2020: We’ll resist attempts to steal us; we won 10 regions - Mahama Photo credit: John Dramani Mahama
Source: Facebook

Akufo-Addo must concede defeat as a matter of urgency - NDC's Otokunor

The deputy general secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Peter Boamah Otokunor, has called on international observers and the diplomatic corps to make sure ensure President Akufo-Addo concedes defeat in the just-ended elections.

He said it is in the government’s interest for the president to concede defeat.

''Let me use this opportunity to as a matter of urgency and importance call on the outgoing president, William Akufo-Addo, to concede defeat in the interest of the sanctity of our democracy,'' he said at a press conference at the headquarters of the NDC.

Akufo-Addo using military to overturn some results - Mahama

The presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama, has accused President Akufo-Addo of using the military to try and overturn some of the results in some NDC won constituencies.

I have not congratulated any person - Mahama denies claims he conceded defeat

John Mahama, the presidential candidate of the NDC, has denied congratulating any candidate as the party awaits the Electoral Commission's (EC) official declaration of the final verdict for the 2020 polls.

He cautioned the NDC will resist any attempt to steal the election results.

The former president was addressing the media about the 2020 presidential and parliamentary results today, December 8, 2020.

We will resist any attempt to steal the election - NDC's Mahama

The presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Damani Mahama, has served notice that the NDC will resist any attempt to steal the 2020 election.

He fervently cautioned that the NDC will counter any ''attempt to subvert the will of the people''.

The former president went ahead to call for calm as the NDC awaits the final verdict.

Certified Upper East Regional winners for the 2020 parliamentary election

Photos show Mahama in good mood inside NDC strongroom

John Mahama, the NDC presidential candidate, has been spotted in a cheerful mood, observing the collation of results in the NDC strong room.

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Photo credit: Dzifa Gunu
Source: Facebook

Earlier, Mahama thanked his supporters for, according to him, voting for change and giving NDC a majority in Parliament.

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Photo credit: Dzifa Gunu
Source: Facebook

John Dumelo calls for recount in Ayawaso West Wuogon race

John Dumleo, the NDC parliamentary candidate for Ayawaso West Wuogon, has called for a recount, following his defeat to the NDC candidate, Lydia Alhassan.

Dumelo cited irregularities in the vote-counting process, asserting that his votes were swapped with those of his opponent in some constituencies.

"I have officially written to the District Electoral officer to request for a recount across the constituency due to several irregularities." he wrote on Twitter.

Thanks for voting for change and giving NDC majority in parliament - Mahama speaks

The NDC presidential candidate, John Dramani Mahama, has spoken amid the ongoing collation of votes and declaration of results across the country.

John Mahama, Akufo-Addo Ghana election 2020

Photo credit: John Mahama, Kasapa FM, Nana Akufo-Addo
Source: UGC

In a statement on his social media pages, Mahama who seemed to agree with the projection of victory by his party, thanked Ghanaians for, according to him, voting for change.

"Thank you for voting for change and giving the NDC a working majority in the next Parliament. Thank you, Ghana," he wrote.

NPP win the presidency and parliament; no run-off - Gabby Otchere-Darko declares

Gabby Otchere-Darko, a cousin of the president and a leading member of the NPP, has projected that his party will win the presidency and parliament.

He also predicted that there will be no run-off between Nana Akufo-Addo and John Mahama.

EC postpones declaration of presidential election winner

The EC has extended its timeline for declaring the winner in the 2020 presidential election.

The commission initially planned to declare it a 5pm on Tuesday - 24 hours after the close of voting.

However, the commission issued a statement saying it needed more time to ensure the accuracy of the result. The EC said it would communicate the new timeline for declaring a winner later.

Nii Lante Vanderpuye beats Nii Lante Bannerman to win Odododiodoo seat

Nii Lante Vanderpuye, the incumbent Member of Parliament for Odododiodio Constituency in the Greater Accra Region, has beaten his NPP rival, Nii Lante Bannerman, to win the constituency's parliamentary seat.

Vanderpuye had earlier been arrested by the police after violence broke out in the constituency.

Nii Lante Vanderpuye

Image credit: GhOne TV and NanansemGH - modified by the author.
Source: Twitter

Vanderpuye garnered 41,446 votes, while Bannerman polled 34,887 votes.

NDC's Francis Xavier unseats NPP's Boniface Saddique in Madina Constituency

Francis Sosu Xavier, the NDC parliamentary candidate for the Madina Constituency, has beaten the NPP's Boniface Abu-Bakar Saddique in Tuesday's presidential election.

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Photo credit: Francis Sosu Xavier
Source: Facebook

Out of the 110,403 total votes cast, Sosu Xavier secured 62,127 votes, beating Saddique, who had 46,785, by 15,342 votes.

Collation of Election Results proceeding smoothly across the country - EC

The EC has assured Ghanaians that the collation of the 2020 election results is proceeding smoothly across the country.

In a statement issued in Accra on Tuesday, the commission said its staff and agents were working hard to ensure accuracy and integrity in the counting and declaration of votes.

Asiedu Nketia: We have captured parliament; Mahama will be declared president tomorrow

NDC general secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketia has stressed that the NPP has won 141 seats in parliament and by implication, the majority.

Nketia said NDC winning the majority meant their presidential candidate, John Mahama, had also won the presidency by correlation, adding that the NDC presidential candidate would be declared president tomorrow.

"With this clear majority, it means the NDC will select the next Speaker and the next first Deputy Speaker of Parliament....Collation so far shows that former President Mahama is ahead and we are expecting that the EC will come out and declare him the next president-elect ,” he said.

Election 2020: Mahama closes in on Akufo-Addo as fresh results from NPP strongroom drop

New figures have popped up from the New Patriotic Party (NPP's) collation centre or strongroom as popularly known.

The new projections in the NPP's strongroom has the NDC's John Mahama closing in on President Nana Akufo-Addo as compared to earlier projections by the NPP.

Ghana election 2020: Provisional results trickle in as vote counting begins nationwide

Nana Akufo-Addo
Source: Getty Images

The latest projection is reporting of results from 37,628 polling stations (96.13% of total polling stations). According to the results projected and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Akufo-Addo has won 6,557,101 votes while John Mahama has 5,989,168 votes.

This brings the supposed gap between Akufo-Addo which was over 700,000 votes at the time of the press conference to around 570,000 votes.

Buabeng Asamoah, George Andah, other NPP giants fall to NDC candidates

Top NPP MPs like Yaw Buabeng Asamoah, George Andah, Oko Boye, have reportedly lost their seats to NDC candidates.

Heavy police presence at EC headquarters ahead of declaration of results

There is a heavy police presence in and around the National Collation Centre at the headquarters of the Electoral Commission (EC) at Ridge in Accra ahead of the declaration of the results of the presidential elections.

Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the Chair of the EC, Jean Adukwei Mensa, who is also the Chief Returning Officer for the presidential election, will be announcing the results of the polls today Tuesday, December 8.

EC to announce winner of presidential election at 5pm today

The Electoral Commission (EC) has announced it will declare the 2020 presidential election results at 5 pm today, December 8, 2020.

The declaration will be done at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC).

ABLEKUMA WEST CONSTITUENCY

PRESIDENTIAL

62 out of 214 polling centres

NPP - 8591

NDC - 6253

GUM- 69

CPP - 17

GFP - 6

GCPP- 1

APC - 3

Parliamentary

60 out of 214 polling centres

NPP - 8353

NDC - 6448

GUM - 70

LPG - 70

Krachi West

Presidential

NPP - 9,697

NDC - 13, 052

Parliamentary

NPP - 11,572

NDC - 12,068

AYAWASO WEST WUOGON

PARLIAMENTARY

NPP-39851

NDC-37778

PNC-160

Independent-108

TOTAL VALID VOTES-77897

INVALID-595

PRESIDENTIAL

NPP-39962

NDC-39709

GUM-322

CPP-137

GFP-41

GCPP-11

APC-14

LPG-18

PNC-19

PPP-91

NDP-26

INDEPENDENT-28

Constituency: Sege

Parliamentary Results

NPP - Eunice Lasi - 15,464

NDC - Christian Corletey Otuteye - 17,256

CPP - Johannes Kirkfield Ngmongmlotey -145

Valid Votes - 32,865

Invalid Votes - 584

Presidential Results

NPP - 8,208

NDC - 23,410

GUM – 379

CPP - 41

GFP - 35

GCPP - 8

APC - 30

LPG - 12

PNC - 15

PPP -146

NDP - 51

IND - 24

Valid Votes - 32,359

Invalid Votes - 1,121

UPPER MANYA KROBO CONSTITUENCY

Valid votes - 27238

Invalid- 1025

Presidential

1. NPP - 10687

2.NDC - 15903

3 GUM- 471

4. CPP- 28

5. GFP - 16

6. GCPP- 12

7. APC- 19

8 LPG - 12

9. PNC- 14

10. PPP - 3

11. NDP- 10

12. IND- 63

KETA MUNICIPAL

PRESIDENTIAL

NPP...4,063

NDC...32,229

GUM...167

CPP...27

GFP...7

GCPP..5

APC...11

LPG.....13

PNC...7

PPP....10

NDP....14

Walker.....9

Total vote — 37,097

Rejected — 535

Valid — 36,562

Odododiodoo Constituency

PRESIDENTIAL

NPP 33722

NDC 42482

GUM 318

CPP 46

GFP 13

GCPP 6

APC 18

LPG 14

PSC 4

HOHOE CERTIFIED RESULTS

PRESIDENTIAL

NPP 14,389

NDC 33,542

GUM 195

CPP 30

GFP 15

GCPP 11

APC 27

LPG 22

PNC 17

PPP 27

NDP 43

INDEPENDENT 29

VALID VOTES 48347

INVALID VOTES 972

Gomoa Central Constituency

PRESIDENTIAL

NPP. 18563

NDC. 16732

GUM. 548

CPP. 30

GFP. 25

GCPP. 6

APC. 17

LPG. 12

PNC. 10

PPP. 21

NDP. 31

IND. 13

Rejected - 864

Total votes cast - 36872

Valid votes - 36008

OKAIKWEI NORTH CONSTITUENCY

PRESIDENTIAL RESULTS

NPP- 28004

NDC - 28276

GUM- 250

CPP- 45

GFP- 18

GCPP- 11

APC- 11

LPG- 11

PNC- 5

PPP-17

NDP- 18

INDEPENDENT - 5

TOTAL VALID VOTES - 56941

INVALID VOTES 734

163 POLLING STATIONS

MADINA CONSTITUENCY RESULTS

PARLIAMENTARY

Abubakar Saddique Boniface (NPP) - 46,98

Lawyer Frances Xavier Kojo Sosu (NDC) - 62,127

Prince Joseph Oppong- Boadi (GUM) -692

Total Votes cast =11,0403

Rejected Ballots =599

Valid Votes = 109809

WENCHI CONSTITUENCY

CERTIFIED PARLIAMENTARY RESULTS

Prof. George Yaw Gyan Baffour - NPP - 23,102

Haruna Seidu - NDC - 26,068

Eric Dukuu Kofi GUM- 417

Kofi Anokye Boateng - IND 1,456

Valid Votes Cast - 51,075

Rejected Ballot - 1,500

Total Votes Cast - 52,080

KORLE KLOTTEY CONSTITUENCY

PRESIDENTIAL

NPP- 33,126

NDC- 37,189

GUM- 350

CPP- 61

GFP- 24

GCPP-16

LPG-17

APC-10

NDP-21

PPP-43

PNC-14

INDEPENDENT -11

Total valid votes-70,882

Total rejected -776

Total votes cast-71,658

AKUFO-ADDO PICKS BANDA CONSTITUENCY

NPP =8,332

NDC =7,881

GUM =73

CPP =8

GFP =7

GCPP =13

APC =7

LPG =5

PNC =3

PPP =5

NDP =4

IND =6

TOTAL VALID BALLOTS =16,363

TOTAL REJECTED =323

TOTAL VOTES CAST =16,686

CERTIFIED RESULTS | BOLE BAMBOI CONSTITUENCY

PRESIDENTIAL

NPP -7,129

NDC -30,443

GUM –315

CPP -111

GFP -28

GCPP -39

APC -88

LPG -52

PNC -63

PPP -20

NDP -33

IND - 79

Rejected -1,588

Total Registered 53,520

Total votes cast 39,988

Ajumako Enyan Essiam Constituency

CERTIFIED RESULTS | PARLIAMENTARY

NPP-Dr.Rashif Kwesi Etuaful-28,229

NDC-Cassiel Ato Forson-39,229

NDP-Samuel Akombisa-117

Total valid ballots-68,015

Korle Klottey Constituency

CERTIFIED RESULTS

PARLIAMENTARY

NPP-31,154

NDC-39,343

LPG-190

Total valid votes-70,687

Total Rejected votes-496

Total votes cast-71,183

AKUFO-ADDO PICKS BANDA CONSTITUENCY

CERTIFIED PRESIDENTIAL RESULTS

NPP =8,332

NDC =7,881

GUM =73

CPP =8

GFP =7

GCPP =13

APC =7

LPG =5

PNC =3

PPP =5

NDP =4

IND =6

Kofi Adams heads to parliament as he wins the Buem constituency seat

Former National Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kofi Adams has won the Buem constituency seat for the party and will be one of the new faces in parliament in 2021.

He polled 18,528 votes in the constituency after the Monday, December 7 election to beat his closest contender, the NPP’s Lawrence Kwame Aziale who also garnered 6,843 votes.

The Buem constituency which used to be in the Volta region has now fallen within the Oti Region after the creation of six new regions.

Widow Ophelia Hayford wins Mfantseman seat

After several hours of collation characterised by few misunderstandings, the wife of former Member of Parliament (MP) for Mfantseman was declared the winner of the seat by Electoral Commission (EC) at Saltpond on Tuesday morning.

The Returning Officer, Mr Samuel Yamson declared Ophelia Mensah Hayford of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) winner over two other candidates from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the Ghana Union Movement (GUM). reports Emmanuel J.K. Arthur.

Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah Retains Ofoase-Akyirebi Seat

The Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has won the parliamentary seat for Ofoase-Ayirebi constituency in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

The incumbent MP who won with 6,000 plus votes to retain his seat took his social media to thank his constituents for what he referred to as a resounding victory.

Collation of the Presidential and parliamentary election results from the various constituencies are still ongoing.

Nii Lante Vanderpuye fulfills Akufo-Addo’s ‘prophesy’; retains Odododiodio seat

Edwin Nii Lante Vanderpuye has retained the Odododiodio constituency seat for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).

The former sports minister defeated Nii Lante Bannerman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), collecting 40,502 of the valid votes cast, YEN.com.gh gathered.

Bannerman had 34, 289 of the valid votes cast.

EC’s office in Fomena set ablaze

The Electoral Commission (EC’s) office in the Fomena Constituency of the Ashanti region has been razed down by fire.

The fire was started by some disgruntled persons who were unhappy with the commission’s declaration of results in Monday’s elections in the constituency.

Classfmonline reports that personnel of the Ghana National Fire Service were on the scene working assiduously to douse the flame.

Election 2020: Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings retains Korle Klottey seat

The incumbent Member of Parliament of Korle Klottey NDC’s Dr Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings has managed to win the parliamentary seat in the 2020 parliamentary elections.

Reports coming in from the collation centre has it that the daughter of late former president JJ Rawlings polled 39,193 votes to retain the seat.

She beat her closest contender, New Patriotic Party's Prince Appiah Debrah who managed some 31,239 votes.

Felix Kwakye Ofosu loses by 176 votes

Felix Kwakye Ofosu, a first-time parliamentary candidate on the ticket of NDC has lost his race to his contenter, Elvis Morris Donkor

It was so close yet so far for me. I lost by 176 votes. Congratulations Elvis Morris Donkor and better luck to me next time.

Leading Nii Lantey Vanderpuye reportedly released

Member of Parliament for Odododiodio Constituency Edwin Nii Lantey Vanderpuye has been released from police custody, reports say.

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Parliamentary Candidate was arrested in the early hours of Tuesday, December 8 following a shooting incident at the Modak Hotel, where he was lodging.

Ayawaso West Wuogon: Lydia Alhassan defeats John Dumelo

The incumbent Member of Parliament for Ayawaso West Wuogon, Mrs Lydia Seyram Alhassan has retained her seat after polling 39,851 out of 77,604 total votes.

Her closest competitor actor Mr John Dumelo of the NDC polled 37,778 while an independent candidate got 108 votes.

Fomena: Sacked NPP MP Asiamah returns as independent MP

Mr Andrew Amoako Asiamah is returning to Parliament as an Independent Member of Parliament (MP) days after his seat was declared vacant by the Speaker of Parliament, Prof Aaron Mike Oquaye.

Mr Asiamah was the former occupant of the Fomena parliamentary seat but lost his berth following his decision to contest for re-election as an independent candidate after he lost the New Patriotic Party primary.

Election 2020: Peter Amewu wins Hohoe seat - NPP

The New Patriotic Party has declared the parliamentary aspirant for Hohoe constituency, Peter Amewu as the winner for the election.

According to the party, the Energy Minister has won the seat on the ticket of the ruling New Patriotic Party.

2020 polls: Akufo-Addo is in incontestable lead – NPP

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) says its independent collation of the election projects a 52.87% win for President Nana Akufo-Addo while the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama is trailing behind with 49.3% of the national votes.

At an earlier press conference, the NDC’s Director of Elections, Elvis Afriyie-Ankrah, insisted that its independent collation of results show that the stakes are high for the party’s flagbearer and parliamentary candidates.

Nana Konadu applauds EC for smooth electoral process

The Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Party (NDP), Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings has commended the Electoral Commission (EC) for conducting a smooth election.

Commenting on the EC’s commitment to declare results of the general election 24 hours after the close of polls, the former First Lady said: “If they are doing electronic voting, I do not see how it cannot be done in 24 hours.”

I'll win when all votes are verified - John Dumelo says as Maa Lydia lead by 2,000

John Dumelo, the NDC parliamentary candidate for the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency has released a statement indicating he is highly optimistic about winning the MP seat.

In a Twitter post on his verified handle sighted by YEN.com.gh, Dumelo turned a blind eye to all reports suggesting that he had lost the election.

"We are still waiting for the Electoral commission to declare the final results. By the projection, I am in pole position to win when all the results are verified by the EC," he said.

NaCCA boss wins Kweesimintim seat for NPP

The Head of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA), Prince Hamid Armah, won the Kwesimintim seat on the ticket of the governing NPP.

Armah collected 24,785 of the total valid votes cast while his closest contender Philip Buckman also polled 13,409 votes, Starrfm.com.gh reported.

He takes over from incumbent MP, Joseph Mensah.

John Mahama wins Dormaa West Constituency

Former president John Mahama has won the presidential contest in the Dormaa West Constituency of the Bono Region.

Mahama recorded 11328 (52.26%) while Akufo-Addo had 9607 (44.34%).

Akufo-Addo wins Dormaa Central Constituency

President Nana Akufo-Addo has won the presidential race at Dormaa Central in the Bono Region. Akufo-Addo recorded 29,159 votes while Mahama had 19, 219 votes.

Cape Coast North MP Barbara Ayesha Ayisi loses relection

Barbara Ayesha Ayisi, the incumbent MP for Cape Coast North and former deputy education minister, has lost her seat to the NDC's Dr Kwamina Minta Nyarku.

Live updates: Provisional results trickle in as vote counting begins nationwide

Barbara Ayesha Ayisi. Photo credit: YEN.com.gh
Source: Instagram

Provisional results show that Minta Nyarku polled 22,972 votes while Barbara Ayisi's recorded 21,643.

Lydia Alhassan declares victory in Ayawaso West Wuogon as she leads Dumelo by 2000 votes

The NPP's Lydia Alhassan has declared victory in the Ayawaso West parliamentary race.

With 99% of the votes counted, Lydia leads the NDC candidate, John Dumelo, by over 2000 votes.

In a tweet on Tuesday morning, she wrote: "Thank you God for an answered prayer. Thank you Ayawaso West Wuogon for this Victory. I take my scripture from Proverbs 21:31."

With only one polling station left to count, Lydia has 39,723 votes, representing 51.20%. Dumelo has 37,595 votes, representing 48.46%.

Ayawaso West Wuogon: Lydia leads Dumelo by 2000 votes, with 99.52% of results counted

The incumbent MP for Ayawaso West Wuogon, Lydia Alhassan, is currently leading her NDC opponent, John Dumelo, by 2128 votes.

Live updates: Provisional results trickle in as vote counting begins nationwide

Photo credit: Daily Graphic
Source: Facebook

With 99.52% of polling station results counted, Lydia has 39,723 votes, representing 51.20%. Dumelo has 37,595 votes, representing 48.46%.

There is only one polling station result outstanding.

Dumelo says he is in "pole position" to win Ayawaso West

John Dumelo, a Ghanaian actor and parliamentary contender in the Ayawaso West Constituency, has rejected media reports that he is losing to Lydia Alhassan of the NPP in the election.

In a Twitter post on Tuesday morning, Dumelo said that he was in a pole position to win and urged Ghanaians to wait for the official declaration by the EC.

3 shot dead at Odododiodio as MP Nii Lante Vanderpuye gets arrested

Three people have been shot dead in the Odododiodio Constituency in the Greater Accra region after electoral violence broke out there, according to a report by UTV.

Live updates: Provisional results trickle in as vote counting begins nationwide

Photo credit: Ghone TV. Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

The MP for the area, Nii Lantey Vanderpuye, has been arrested by the police in connection with the incident.

EC officials flees as violence breaks out at Ablekuma North Constituency

Officials of the EC have fled the Abekuma North Constituency after violence broke out there, according to a report by TV3 Network.

NPP claims victory in 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections

The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has claimed that is leading in the 2020 general elections.

Live updates: Provisional results trickle in as vote counting begins nationwide

Photo credit: Nana Akufo-Addo. Source: Facebook
Source: Facebook

At a press conference held in Accra, the party said its collation of election results from across the country show that the party will retain its majority in parliament.

John Boadu, the NPP general secretary, who led the press conference, made the claim as he rejected an earlier assertion by National Democratic Congress (NDC) that the opposition party had flipped many parliamentary seats and was on course to win the majority in the house.

The NPP also stated that their candidate, President Akufo-Addo, was leading the presidential race by 52.72% to Mahama's 45.93%, with 87% of the votes counted.

Anlo Constituency, GNAT hall Kportorgbe

Presidential

NPP-59

NDC-506

GUM-5

Parliamentary

NPP-69

NDC-502

Ketu North Constituency, RC Lower Primary Afegame 1 polling station

Presidential

NPP-142

NDC-246

GUM-2

Parliamentary

NPP-241

NDC-148

Dormaa East Methodist Primary A

Presidential

NDC - 99

NPP -348

Rejected - 19

Parliamentary

NDC 161

NPP - 298

Rejected - 6

Ketu South Constituency, Community Center beat 0, Aflao polling station

Presidential

NPP-28

NDC-329

GCPP-1

LPG-1

NDP-1

Parliamentary

NPP-28

NDC-338

GUM-2

LPG-2

Nandom Constituency, 22 out of 88 polling stations

Presidential

NPP-3059

NDC-3652

Parliamentary

NPP-3918

NDC-3298

Wa West Constituency, Metwu Primary 1 polling station

Presidential

NPP-25

NDC-142

GUM-5

APC-1

LPG-1

Independent- 1

Parliamentary

NPP-42

NDC-146

Bole Bamboi constituency Zongo electoral area 1

Presidential

NDC - 434

NPP - 86

CPP - 1

Rejected - 13

Parliamentary

NPP - 92

NDC - 433

Rejected - 8

Hohoe Constituency, N/A JHS Wli Agorviefe

Presidential

NPP-309

NDC-254

GUM-2

CPP-1

APC-1

PPP-1

NDP-1

Independent-1

Parliamentary

NPP-472

NDC-96

CPP-3

Ahafo Region- Asutifi Constituency

NPP-90

NDC-64

Bole Bamboi constituency Zongo electoral area 1

Presidential

NDC - 434

NPP - 86

CPP - 1

Rejected - 13

Parliamentary

NPP - 92

NDC - 433

Rejected - 8

South Dayi Constituency, Dzemeni EP Pri. No 2 polling station

Presidential

NPP-25

NDC-385

GUM-27

Parliamentary

NPP-9

NDC-382

PPP-36

Bunkpurugu Constituency, 36 out of 98 polling stations

Presidential

NPP-6085

NDC-6518

GUM-33

CPP-10

GFP-2

GCPP-4

APC-11

LPG-32

PNC-10

NDP-1

PPP-3

Independent- 9

Shama Constituency Coalition Centre

26 certified polling stations

Lawyer Samuel Erickson Abakah, NPP- 4,117

Gabriel K. Essilfie, NDC - 3,194

Berekum West Constituency, Koraso Old Roman Catholic Church

Presidential

NPP-289

NDC-183

Parliamentary

NPP-201

NDC-255

Independent-28

Berekum West Constituency, Abraham Lincoln Adom B. polling station

Presidential

NPP-198

NDC-78

Parliamentary

NPP-122

NDC-100

Independent-41

Berekum West Constituency, Pentecostal World Chapel Jamdede polling station

Presidential

NPP-333

NDC-83

Parliamentary

NPP-246

NDC-118

Independent-54

Atiwa East Constiuency

Presidential

NPP-9694

NDC-3382

GUM-85

CPP-4

GFP-4

GCPP-1

APC-3

LPG-3

PNC-1

PPP-4

NDP-4

Independent-1

Total valid votes- 13,186

Invalid votes-163

36 polling stations in, out of 77

Nabdam constituency

Presidential

NPP - 89

NDC - 160

GUM - 1

LPG - 1

Rejected - 2

Parliamentary

NPP - 79

NDC - 172

Lower West Akim Constituency, Asamankese Anglican Primary School

Parliamentary

NPP-388

NDC-108

Kade Constituency - Rejoice Presby Church

Parliamentary

NPP - 362

NDC - 130

Rejected 3

Independent - 13

Eastern region Akuapem South Constituency

Presidential

NPP - 122

NDC - 30

Parliamentary

NPP - 123

NDC - 30

Rejected - 3

Eastern Region Lower West Akim Constituency, Old Zongo

Presidential

NPP-91

NDC-198

GUM-3

Parliamentary

NPP-94

NDC-201

GUM-2

Asuogyaman Constituency G.P.R.T.U office polling station

Presidential

NPP - 109

NDC - 313

GUM - 7

GFP - 1

Independent - 1

Rejected - 11

Parliamentary

NPP - 131

NDC - 312

Eastern Region Fanteakwa South Constituency, Hemang Presby Primary B

Presidential

NPP-253

NDC-13

GUM-1

APC-1

Parliamentary

NPP-177

NDC-6

Independent-69

Fanteakwa South Constituency, Presby Primary School A

Presidential

NPP-253

NDC-13

GUM-1

APC-1

Parliamentary

NPP-253

NDC-13

GUM-8

Asuogyaman Constituency Presby Prim Sch

Presidential

NPP - 45

NDC - 295

GUM - 4

NDP - 1

Rejected - 17

Spoilt - 1

Independent - 2

Parliamentary

NPP - 48

NDC - 306

Rejected - 0

ONWI METHODIST PRIMARY SCHOOL

Presidential

Nana Akufo-Addo - 394

John Dramani Mahama - 34

Christian Kwabena Andrews -7

Parliamentary

John Ampontuah Kumah - 405

George Kwame Huze - 25

EJISU RC PRIMARY SCHOOL

Presidential

Nana Akufo-Addo - 366

John Mahama -69

Kofi Akpaloo -1

Parliamentary

John Kumah Ampontuah -361

George Kwame Huze -73

Total Registered Voters- 515

Total Votes Cast -422

EJISU RC KG School

Presidential

Nana Akufo-Addo - 275

John Mahama -47

Christian Kwabena Andrews -1

Rejected -1

Parliamentary

John Ampontuah Kumah - 280

George Kwame Huze -41

Rejected -4

EJISU RC JHS

Presidential

Nana Akufo-Addo - 343

John Dramani Mahama -43

Christian Kwabena Andrews -2

Akua Donkor -2

Rejected -3

Parliamentary

John Kumah Ampontuah -361

George Kwame Huze -73

EJISU COURT at the Ejisu Constituency of the Ashanti Region

Presidential

Nana Akufo-Addo - 436

John Dramani Mahama - 73

Christian Kwabena Andrews - 2

Rejected ballots -2

Parliamentary

John Ampontuah Kumah - 446

George Kwame Huze - 67

Northern Region Kpandai constituency, New Nkanchina Primary School

Presidential

NPP: 159

NDC: 428

CPP: 0

APC: 1

GUM: 7

Rejected: 5

Total votes cast: 600

Total valid votes cast: 595

Parliamentary

NPP : 184

NDC : 410

CPP : 1

Rejected: 5

Total votes cast: 600

Total valid votes cast: 595

Bono Region Awuah Odumase Constituency, Methodist School polling station

Presidential

NDC-70

NPP-281

LPG-1

Parliamentary

NPP-224

NDC-89

Independent- 42

PNC-2

Afram Plains South - Abrokwah Lodge Maame Krobo West 1

Presidential

NPP - 123

NDC - 237

GUM - 8

APC - 1

Rejected - 5

Lower Manya Krobo Constituency - Makrosec 2B

Parliamentary

NPP - 150

NDC - 94

GUM - 3

Rejected ballot - 1

Upper West Region Wa Central Constituency, Mosque 1

Presidential

NPP-170

NDC-149

Parliamentary

NPP-205

NDC-116

LPG-1

Upper West Region Wa Central Constituency, Ahmadiya Day Nursery

Presidential

NPP- 132

NDC-263

NDP-1

Parliamentary

NPP-170

NDC-227

 

Kade Constituency - Rejoice Presby Church

Parliamentary

NPP - 362

NDC - 130

Rejected 3

Independent - 13

Eastern region Akuapem South Constituency

Presidential

NPP - 122

NDC - 30

Parliamentary

NPP - 123

NDC - 30

Rejected - 3

Lower West Akim Constituency, Old Zongo

Presidential

NPP-91

NDC-198

GUM-3

Parliamentary

NPP-94

NDC-201

GUM-2

Asuogyaman Constituency G.P.R.T.U office polling station

Presidential

NPP - 109

NDC - 313

GUM - 7

GFP - 1

Independent - 1

Rejected - 11

Parliamentary

NPP - 131

NDC - 312

Eastern Region

Eastern Region Fanteakwa South Constituency, Hemang Presby Primary B

Presidential

NPP-253

NDC-13

GUM-1

APC-1

Parliamentary

NPP-177

NDC-6

Independent-69

New Juaben North Constituency Boy vocation A Effiduase

Parliamentary

NPP - 210

NDC - 95

LPG - 5

CPP - 0

Rejected - 3

Salvation Army Church Asokore

Parliamentary

NPP - 120

NDC - 126

LPG - 11

CPP - 0

Rejected - 10

Eastern Region - Ofoase-Ayirebi Constituency - L/A Primay School Asuboa

Presidential

NPP - 182

NDC - 113

Town Square Adjobue polling station

NPP - 329

NDC - 99

GUM - 5

CPP - 1

Eastern Region- Ofoase-Ayirebi Constituency, Townsquare Adjobue

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-329

NDC-99

GUM-5

CPP-1

Eastern Region- Ofoase-Ayirebi Constituency, L/A Primary School Asuboa

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-182

NDC-113

Central Region- Agona East Constituency, Kwawedumandze HSE

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-122

NDC-137

Central Region- Agona East Constituency, The Palace Ofoase

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-126

NDC-72

GUM-3

CPP-6

GCPP-1

Independent- 2

Greater Accra Region- Krachi East Constituency, Dambai College A

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-205

NDC-219

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-255

NDC-180

Greater Accra Region- Krachi East Constituency, Dambai College B

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-150

NDC-178

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-186

NDC-57

Greater Accra Region- Krachi East Constituency, Lapaz 2B1

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-226

NDC-86

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-242

NDC-74

Greater Accra Region- Krachi East Constituency, Lapaz Primary A

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-313

NDC-79

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-374

NDC-70

Greater Accra Region- Krachi East Constituency, Lapaz B

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-279

NDC-81

GUM-2

GFP-1

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-290

NDC-73

Upper West Region- Wa West Constituency, TB Bakparigiri

Provisional - Presidential Result

NDC-112

GUM-3

CPP-2

LPG-2

PPP-1

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-165

NDC-29

Eastern Region- Nsawam Adoagyir Constituency, Ntoaso SDA Primary School 1B

Provisional - Presidential Result

GUM-4

NPP-121

NDC-201

Eastern Region- Upper Manya Krobro Constituency, Nashuridun Islamic No. 2

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-133

NDC-212

GUM-3

Independent-1

Eastern Region - Fanteakwa North Constituency, Anglican Primary A

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-355

NDC-49

GUM-5

Eastern Region- Mpraeso Constituency, Nana Ampadu D/A School

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-133

NDC-46

GUM-1

PPP-1

Central Region- Gomoa West Constituency, Islamic JHS A

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-112

NDC-160

GUM-5

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-95

NDC-188

GUM-5

Central Region- Agona West Constituency, High Court polling station

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-279

NDC-164

GUM-4

GFP-1

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-238

NDC-204

Independent- 6

Central Region- Agona West Consituency, Town Hall

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-309

NDC-182

GUM-11

LPG-1

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP- 272

NDC-218

Independent- 12

Upper West Region- Wa West Cosntituency, TB Lassiablie, Provisional

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-37

NDC-98

GUM-1

LPG-1

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-79

NDC-55

Upper West Region- Wa West Constituency, TB Dakori polling station

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-12

NDC-68

GUM-1

LPG-1

PNC-1

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-29

NDC-57

Upper West Region- Wa West Constituency, Wechiau JHS 1

Provisional - Presidential Result

NPP-162

NDC-287

GUM-1

CPP-3

APC-1

LPG-1

Provisional - Parliamentary Result

NPP-166

NDC-291

Eastern Region- Asuaogyaman Constituency, Post Office polling station

Provisional

Presidential Result

NPP-120

NDC-223

GUM-2

CPP-1

Parliamentary Result

NPP-129

NDC-219

Bono Region- Nkwanta South Constituency, Pentecost Church Medina Bethlehem A

Provisional Presidential Result

NPP-186

NDC-134

GUM-2

GFP-1

Parliamentary Result

NPP-196

NDC-129

Volta Region- Central Tongu Constituency, Farm Institute A polling station, Provisional

Bono Region- Nkwanta South Constituency, Pentecost Church Medina Bethlehem A, Provisional Presidential Result

Volta Region- Central Tongu Constituency, Farm Institute A polling station, Provisional

Provisional Presidential Result

NPP-36

NDC-249

Volta Region- Central Tongu Constituency, Farm Institute A polling station, Provisional Parliamentary Result

NPP-63

NDC-218

NDP-2

Volta Region- Ketu South Constituency, Anglican Primary School Agbozome polling station,

Provisional Parliamentary Result

NPP-64

NDC-289

LPG-2

Volta Region- Ketu South Constituency, Anglican Primary School Agbozome polling station.

Provisional Presidential Result

NPP-36

NDC-318

Provisional results - Ablekuma West Constituency

Polling station: Datus School Complex

Dansoman 1(B)

Presidential

NPP: 280

NDC: 150

GUM: 4

Rejected ballots: 1

Parliamentary

NPP: 263

NDC:164

GUM: 4

LPG: 1

PNC: 1

Rejected ballots: 3

Polling Station: Sinai Polling station

Presidential

NPP: 216

NDC: 47

Others: 0

Rejected ballots: 3

Total votes cast: 266

Total valid: 263

Parliamentary

NPP: 162

NDC: 23

IND: 76

Rejected: 4

Total valid cast: 261

Total votes cast: 265

Savana Region- Bole Constituency, Kadawa Centre, Provisional Parliamentary Result

NDC-265

NPP-84

Savana Region- Bole Constituency, Kadawa Centre, Provisional Presidential Result

NDC-265

GUM-1

NPP-88

Provisional presidential results in the Savannah Region

Bole Constituency (District Assembly)

NDC- 237

NPP-37

APC-1

Independent Candidate - 1

Volta Region - Klikor Constituency, Old Police Post polling station

Provisional - Presidential Result

NDC-455

NPP-61

GUM-1

Provisional Results - Ayawaso West Wuogon

Okponglo Restaurant polling station A

Parliamentary

John Dumelo 308

Lydia Alhassan 245

Pnc 1

Rejected 4

Provisional Results - Ayawaso West Wuogon

Corner Corner polling station

Parliamenatary

MAA LYDIA NPP - 498

JOHN DUMELO NDC - 22

Source: Yen

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