Election 2020: Mahama speaks as results trickle in

Election 2020: Mahama speaks as results trickle in

- John Mahama has released his first statement as results from the 2020 elections trickle in

- According to Mahama, the results coming in so far are very good for him and the NDC

- Mahama also tasked his supporters to be vigilant as results are collated around the country

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Former President John Mahama has spoken for the first time after polls were closed in the 2020 elections.

In a statement on his official Facebook page, Mahama who is the NDC's presidential candidate has thanked his supporters for coming out to vote today.

According to him, the results he and the NDC are receiving from across the country are very good so far.

Election 2020: Mahama speaks as reuslts trickle in
Photo: @officialjdmahama
Source: Facebook

He, however, tasked his supporters to be vigilant through the collation of results in order for them to roar to the end.

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John Mahama is seeking a come back to power as president of Ghana to complete a second four-year term.

In a repeat of the 2016 elections, Mahama is facing the NPP's President Nana AKufo-Addo who defeated him in 2016.

Thought it has been hotly contested, the polls have been relatively peaceful so far.

As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress, NDC, John Dramani Mahama has cast his vote at Bole in the Upper East region.

After casting his votes, he was surrounded by some residents at the centre, chanting and cheering the 'Mahama afa' mantra, indicating he had won the polls in advance.

Speaking to the media after casting his votes, he noted how effective the COVID-19 protocols put in place were.

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