Mahama's deafening silence doubts NDC's victory in elections

Mahama's deafening silence doubts NDC's victory in elections

President John Dramani Mahama has been awfully silent in the past 24 hours amidst tensions across the country and also the leaping victory of the NPP presidential candidate, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo.

As compared to the social media channels of the main opposition leader, Nana Addo, which has been active since polls ended, the only post of President Mahama on Twitter has been "Ignore Gabby's post" which was posted close to 24 hours ago.

Nana Addo on the other hand has retweeted a projection by JoyFM which places him in the lead ahead of the presidential election with close to 54% - a projection which makes Nana Addo the presumed president elect of Ghana.

Mahama's deafening silence doubts NDC's victory in elections

So far, all presidential candidates, except President Mahama has congratulated Nana Addo for his victory in the elections.

The polls on Wednesday were to choose a President and 275 Parliamentarians which an estimated 15,712,499 registered voters expected to cast their ballots in 28,992 polling stations across the country.

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Mahama's deafening silence doubts NDC's victory in elections

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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