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Skirt and blouse voting in Ghana the trend winners and losers

Posted On: 2016-12-21

None of the 26 constituencies that voted ‘skirt and blouse’ in the 2012 election repeated their action in 2016, but President John Dramani Mahama fared better with ‘skirt and blouse’ voting this year.

This year, 22 Continue Reading »

Election 2016 NPP couldnt boast of large exaggerated armour of money Akufo Addo

Posted On: 2016-12-19

President-elect Nana Akufo Addo has said the New Patriotic Party (NPP) victory in the December 7 general elections despite the party’s limited resources to run its campaign gives true meaning to the NPP’s slogan: “The battle is the Lord’s.”

According to him, the Party’s emphatic victory in the 2016 elections couldn’t have been possible if the Lord was not on the side of the NPP, adding that they couldn’t have won the elections on Continue Reading »

Post poll violence Arrests not enough Analyst

Posted On: 2016-12-18

Security analyst Nana Owusu Sekyere has suggested that the Ghana Police Service is not doing enough to prevent pockets of post-election violence from escalating.

Speaking on Class FM’s 505 news programme in an interview with Emefa Apawu on Friday, December 16, Mr Sekyere suggested that proactive measures must be instituted, adding that the number of arrests by the police nationwide since the violence started was inadequate.
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PNC calls for re rerun of Tamale Central parliamentary election

Posted On: 2016-12-14

The People’s National Convention (PNC) has called for fresh Parliamentary election in Tamale Central constituency of the Northern Region. 

The party’s 2016 Parliamentary candidate, Salifu Iddrisu alias protocol made the call in a petition submitted to the Electoral Commission on Tuesday. 

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Why I lost Navrongo Central seat Mark Woyongo

Posted On: 2016-12-12

Defeated lawmaker for Navrongo Central in the Upper East Region, Mark Owen Woyongo says it not strange losing the seat though he least expected to have been defeated in that manner.

According to him, there is no strange feeling losing the seat since this is not the first time he has contested an election on the ticket of the party and lost in the same constituency.
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NDI Ghana observer mission commends EC for peaceful polls

Posted On: 2016-12-10

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has described as peaceful, Ghana’s 2016 elections in its preliminary election observation report.

The Institute, in the preliminary statement of findings and recommendations said that manner of conduct of the elections proves Ghana as a laudable example for democracy in Africa.

“The NDI delegation applauds the people of Ghana for the largely peaceful conduct of these elections, despite earlier apprehensions of Continue Reading »

Dec polls well managed EU Mission

Posted On: 2016-12-10

The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) says Ghana’s closely contested Presidential and Parliamentary elections delivered to the Ghanaian people a generally well-administered and transparent vote, which largely escaped the violence many had feared.

However, the EU EOM added the misuse of incumbency, including unequal access to Continue Reading »

NPPs Akufo Addo maintains lead

Posted On: 2016-12-09

The flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Akufo-Addo is in a pole position to be Ghana’s next president, according to results gathered by EIB's Election Hub.

The 72-year-old has so far garnered 4,612,870 votes representing 54.13% from 214 out of the 275 constituencies.

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AU Observation Mission to make known election findings tomorrow

Posted On: 2016-12-08

The African Union Election Observation Mission (AUEOM) will tomorrow, Friday, December 9, 2016 address the media and release a statement about their observation during and after the 2016 Presidential and Parliamentary elections in Ghana.

The event which is expected to start at 9am, will be held the Movenpick Hotel in Accra.

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EC wants parties to stay off results declaration

Posted On: 2016-12-08

The Electoral Commission (EC) has cautioned all political parties to desist from declaring any final results of the general elections on their owns.

“We would not want any political party to be ahead of the Commission. We are hereby asking the political parties to refrain from coming out with any result,” the EC's Director of Elections, Mr Samuel Tettey, said.

Speaking at a press conference this dawn, Mr Tettey said so far the results, which were Continue Reading »

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