President John Dramani Mahama, who has reached the end of tenure as the president of Ghana, was seen in his office at the presidential residence, having cleared out his desk ahead of January 7.
After losing the 2016 general elections by a 1 million vote margin, the outgoing leader of the National Democratic Congress will hand over the reins of the government of Ghana to the New Patriotic Party's Nana Akufo-Addo and administration.
So far there have been transition meetings with a team from both sides to ensure that the transition process is smooth and hassle-free.
President Mahama is also said to hold his last cabinet meeting today.
He is not the first outgoing national stakeholder to clear out his office after the elections, as the outgoing speaker of parliament Edward Doe-Adjaho cleared out his office some days ago, and urged all outgoing members of parliament to do the same.