NDC claims to have snatched 36 top parliamentary seats from the NPP

NDC claims to have snatched 36 top parliamentary seats from the NPP

- NDC has held a press conference reassuring their followers that they are in a comfortable lead to win the 2020 election

- According to Elvis Afriyie Ankrah to spoke for the party, 36 seats won by the NPP in 2016 have been taken by the NDC

- Elvis encouraged NDC members to be vigilant and prevent all forms of changes anyone might want to perpetrate

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The National Democratic Congress has claimed that it has flipped 36 of the parliamentary seats that the New Patriotic Party won in 2016.

In a live press conference from the NDC's Elvis Afriyie Ankrah just after 12:30 am on Tuesday, December 8, it was indicated that the flips have also reflected in the presidential election.

He explained that this suggests that the NDC is cruising to victory and must therefore ensure that its followers are able to stand their grounds to prevent any form of changes the NPP might want to perpetrate.

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NDC claims to have snatched 36 top parliamentary seats from the NPP
NDC claims to have snatched 36 top parliamentary seats from the NPP Credit: TV3 Ghana
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Meanwhile, a video of top executives and party faithfuls of the opposition National Democratic Congress has surfaced on social media and causing a great stir.

In the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of TV3 Ghana, the NDC strong room was filled with great jubilation.

A set of television sets were lined up showing the various results coming in from the different constituencies and the opposition party was clearly convinced that things were swinging in their favour.

In other news, a video of actor turned politician, John Dumelo, has surfaced after reports of his opponent taking an early lead in the parliamentary election.

Many people have since flooded Twitter with subtle trolls against the parliamentary candidate who stood on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

Provisional results coming in from the Corner Corner polling station in the electoral area has seen Maa Lydia known in real life as Lydia Seyram Alhassan.

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