- Security presence is heavy at the EC head office as results of the 2020 general election remains yet to be declared
- Supporters of the 2 major political parties, NDC and NPP, are also heavily represented
- YEN.com.gh has sighted photos showing current proceedings at the location
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Crowds of various political parties, especially the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), have gathered at the EC head office in Accra.
This is accompanied by the heavy beefed-up presence of officials from the Ghana Armed Forces who are poised to ensure that the processes to be undertaken are free and far.
The EC chairperson, madam Jean Mensah, had earlier addressed the press saying that she would declare the results of the December 7 general elections today, December 9, 2020.
All and sundry have gathered at the EC head office, anxious and eager to hear the chairperson declare the winner of the elections.
See photos of the situation at the time of this report below:
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YEN.com.gh previously indicated that the chairperson of the electoral commission of Ghana, Jean Mensah's leadership saw a moment of praying to God for his intervention in proceedings before and after addressing the press.
This all-important spiritual activity was carried out on the midnight of December 8, 2020, when Jean Mensah addressed the press on when to expect official declaration from the EC.
The event preceded and concluded with prayers saw Jean indicate that the result will be declared later and the day and apologize for the delay thus far.
In other news, a video that is fast going viral on social media captures a self-driving taxi that was spotted at Hohoe in the Volta Region.
The video seen by YEN.com.gh on the youtube channel of celebritiesbuzz is said to have been taken after NPP supporters hit the streets to celebrate following the declaration of The Energy Minister, John Peter Amewu, as the winner of the Hohoe parliamentary seat.
During the celebration, a gentleman decided to record the movement of some of the cars only to spot the taxi that was moving on its own without a driver. Read more:
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