Die-hard NDC supporters march to Mahama's house to cheer him up

Die-hard NDC supporters march to Mahama's house to cheer him up

Some supporters of the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC) are converging at the residence of President Mahama to "cheer him up".

Die-hard NDC supporters march to Mahama's house to cheer him up

The march has seen the likes of MP-elect for Ablekuma South, Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije and other key members of the NDC clad in white and marching peacefully to the president's residence.

So far, President Mahama has not conceded defeat to the main opposition, Nana Addo as the latter has called for the EC to be given the chance to conduct its constitutional mandate.

Chairman of the EC, Charlotte Osei, has revealed in an emergency press briefing says the EC has so far covered 210 constituencies out of the total of 275.

The EC is blaming the delay in results on the refusal by polling agents to sign the pink sheets - a development which she says needs to be addressed by the various political parties.

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Die-hard NDC supporters march to Mahama's house to cheer him up

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