Thousands queue to vote 12 hours before polls open

Thousands queue to vote 12 hours before polls open

Thousands of people are queuing to vote across Accra, 12 hours before polls officially open.

Enthusiastic voters started queuing from 7pm on Tuesday, accounting to several social media reports.

Hundreds queue to vote 12 hours before polls open

Others used used bricks, plastic chairs, and gallons as stand ins in the queue as they looked to cast their ballots early on Wednesday.

Hundreds queue to vote 12 hours before polls open

Seven candidates are contesting to be president in tomorrow's election, while 275 parliamentary seats are up for grabs.

Hundreds queue to vote 12 hours before polls open

President John Mahama of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and Nana Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) are the leading contenders in the presidential race.

Hundreds queue to vote 12 hours before polls open

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