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Provisional Results for Okaikoi North Presidential elections

The provisional results for the Okaikoi North Presidential elections: Convention People’s Party (CPP) – 42, National Democratic Party (NDP) – 25, National Democratic Congress (NDC) – 23,077, Progressive People’s Party (PPP) – 201, New Patriotic Party (NPP) – 28,639, Peoples National Congress (PNC) -13, Independent – 7. Total Valid votes: 52,004, total rejected votes: 269; total votes cast 52,273

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Ghana election 2016: Voting underway in Jaman North – Day 2

Voting has resumed early Thursday morning at Jaman North Constituency where shortage of electoral materials forced the process to come to a halt on election day. Political parties agents at the Jaman North agreed to suspend voting in the area on Wednesday due to a dispute related to material availability. The Electoral Commission however, rejected the suspension and dispatched the ...

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Ghana election 2016 results: Certified for Ledzokuku Parliamentary

The certified results for the Ledzokuku Constituency Parliamentary Election: Benita Sena Okity-Duah of the NDC – 43,092; Bernard Okoe Boye of the NPP – 45,259; Emmanuel Nii Ashia Anyankor of the CPP – 433; Yakubu Faharudeen of the PNC -95; and Stephen Stanley Queye and Independent candidate – 310. Bernard Okoe Boye of the NPP has, consequently, been elected. Total ...

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Ghana election 2016: certified results from Western Region

Presidential and Parliamentary results in Prestea Huni-Valley Constituency PRESIDENTIAL NPP-33,327 NDC -34,876 PPP-1,264 CPP-84 PNC-48 NDP-374 INDEP-50 Rejected Ballots-1,304 Total valid votes -70,023 PARLIAMENTARY NPP-36,444 NDC-32,073 PPP-848 CPP-152 INDEP-755 Rejected – 844 Total votes -20,228 WASSA EAST PRESIDENTIAL NDC – 17,774 NPP – 742 PPP – 604 CPP – 70 PNC – 49 INDEP – 60 TARKWA NSUEAM CONSTITUENCY PRESIDENTIAL ...

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Ghana election 2016 results: wins big at Subin Constituency station

Counting of votes in the presidential and parliamentary elections is underway in the polling centres across the Ashanti Region. A total of 2,872,619 people were expected to vote in 5,190 centres in the region. At the Presbyterian Polling Centre in the Subin Constituency, the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) polled three votes in the presidential election, with the National Democratic Congress ...

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