- Leader of the NDC, John Dramani Mahama, has been captured in photos monitoring his loss or victory
- The pictures appear to have been taken in the NDC strong room where scrutiny of the results is done by the opposition party
- John Mahama has urged his followers to keep being vigilant
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Photos that are fast going viral on social media show former president John Dramani Mahama monitoring closely his chances of winning Ghana's 2020 December elections.
The images sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Facebook handle of Dominic Sagoe shows Mamaha in what appears to be NDC strong room.
John Dramani Mahama earlier addressed the press, encouraging his people to be vigilant and be reassured that the victory of the NDC is highly possible.
See the photos below:
Earlier, the National Democratic Congress has claimed that it 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.
In other news, 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. Read more:
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