President-elect of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo visited the Accra Ridge Church on Sunday, December 12, 2016 to worship.
The names of the members in the NPP transition team is an indication of who will help Ghana’s president-elect to run the affairs of the country.
President Mahama rings Nana Addo to concede defeat
It appears the young light skinned lady put up the offer on her snapchat asking men to send in evidence of voting for the flagbearer of the NDC in exchange for
NPP reveals that "this has been the first time in 16 years since the EC has withheld election results." The NPP is alleging that the EC wants to rig elections
The Electoral Commission says it is yet to receive certified results from any of the 275 constituencies in the country.
Reports from Joy FM reveal that the EC official "was caught giving out two or more ballot papers to electorate perceived to be supporters of the governing NDC
The December elections will see polls open across all 28,992 polling stations in the country with 7 presidential candidates battling it out on the ballot paper
A statement from the presidency said the address will be live on radio and TV at 9pm.
One person is reported dead in the Chereponi district of the Northern region following clashes between supporters of the governing NDC and NPP.
Mahama's words come in the wake of bouts of violence across the country during the special voting exercise - a situation the EC boss fears could disrupt polls
The Islamic cleric, Mallam Shamuna Ustaz Jibril, says Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s position on the ballot paper has its own spiritual significance ahead Dec 7.
In an unexpected turn of events, EOCO (Economic and Organised Crime office) has indicated it's intent to investigate the PPP and APC's campaign financing.
In this picture are Philip Addison of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nii Noi as an independent candidate,Zanetor Rawlings of the NDC and Mr. Opare of the CPP
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw who represents the GCPP presidential candidate, Dr. Henry Lartey has threatened the EC with a court injunction on the 2016 elections