- The Electoral Commission (EC) has released pink sheets used in tabulating the 2020 presidential election results
- The pink sheets have been posted on the EC's website in scanned copies of the original documents
- This comes after the EC declared President Nana Akufo-Addo as the winner of the 2020 elections to the chagrin of the NDC
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The Electoral Commission(EC) has finally released the "pink sheets" of the 2020 presidential elections.
The pink sheets which are the official documents showing the total number of votes respective candidates polled in the election were released on Wednesday, December 16, 2020.
As widely known, Ghana went to the polls on Monday, December 7, 2020, in an election which had 12 candidates seeking the people's mandate to be president.
Two days after the polls, the Electoral Commission, led by its chairperson Jean Mensa, declared incumbent president, Nana Akufo-Addo as the winner.
Per Mrs Mensa's declaration, Akufo-Addo defeated his closest contender, John Mahama of the NDC, by over 500,000 votes.
But the NDC has since rejected the declaration with Mahama describing it as tantamount to illegality.
According to Mahama, there were violations of the law governing the election and thus makes EC's declaration illegal.
Days after the declaration and the rejection by the NDC, the EC has posted the "pink sheets" on its website.
Sixteen in total, the pink sheets show how each of the presidential candidates performed in the sixteen regions of the country.
Please click here to view the photos of the pink sheets as shared on the EC's website.
Meanwhile, EC Chairperson Jean Mensa has made a rare appearance on social media after declaring the 2020 presidential election results
Former TV3 presenter Bridget Otoo drops video exposing how the station got their 2020 elections results from the NPP
In a video, Mrs Mensa has denied reports that she has travelled out of the country after announcing Nana Akufo-Addo as the winner
According to the EC boss, even though she has a valid visa to the United States, she loves Ghana and will not travel out at this moment
The video comes amid backlash for the EC after it made errors in the computation of final figures for Akufo-Addo and his contender, John Mahama.
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