- NPP has taken an early lead in the presidential election as suggested by incoming results
- This has excited many followers of the ruling party and some have already started jubilating
- A video shows NPP supporters jamming and dancing to the major NPP campaign song
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A video has surfaced on social media in which followers and supporters of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) have started jubilating.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Twitter handle of Class 91.3 FM, the party faithfuls were seen jamming to the NDC's campaign song.
This comes right after incoming results have suggested an early lead for the ruling party as opposed to the National Democratic Congress.
See the video below:
Meanwhile, the Electoral Commission of Ghana has confirmed reports of some officials tampering with the ballot papers before handing over to the electorate for voting.
In an update issued by the EC titled, "alleged cases of tampering with presidential ballot papers", it is indicated that the suspected officials have been identified, fired and arrested.
The press release also confirmed rumours that the incident that saw voters being handed incomplete ballot boxes took place at Awutu Senya West and Bawku Central Constituencies.
In other news, Apostle Dirl King Airl Marshall, who is the founder/leader of the Soldiers of Christ Prayers of All Churches sited at Kronumaboahia, a suburb of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region has boldly come out with a shocking prophetic message.
According to the respected religious leader, former President John Dramani and his teaming NDC followers would weep bitterly over their imminent electoral defeat.
Speaking to the YEN.com.gh's correspondent King Amoah in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, in an exclusive interview this morning, the Man of God underscored that God has in several occasions revealed to him through prophecies.
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