Current situation in photos at the residence of President Mahama

Current situation in photos at the residence of President Mahama

The residence of the president of the Republic of Ghana has been flooded with party supporters who wanted to extend a hand of comfort to their leader in a rather emotionally fluctuant general election.

President Mahama addressed the crowd at his residence, saying they are still the "ruling government and have more to lose" if there was an instability.

This latest speech from the leader of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) puts speculations of a possible rejection of the election results to rest.

The photos below show that the current situation outside of the residence of the president; a lot of people are still present to extend their support whenever needed.

Current situation in photos at the residence of President Mahama

A lot of people were in white when they visited the resident of President M

Current situation in photos at the residence of President Mahama

The crowd has caused traffic on the street after taking over the area in their numbers

Current situation in photos at the residence of President Mahama

Some of the supporters were bused to the house and were seen leaving

Current situation in photos at the residence of President Mahama
Current situation in photos at the residence of President Mahama

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Current situation in photos at the residence of President Mahama

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Motorcycles also dominated in the area

Current situation in photos at the residence of President Mahama

Ghanaians still await official results of the December 7 elections from the Electoral Commission

Photos by: Hassan Jason

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