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‘The Table Has Turned’. Another Online Poll Reveals Winner Of December 7 Election, See Who Won.3h6895🔥


DrBright

2020-10-23 18:38:06

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Ghanaians will be going to the polls come December 7 to cast their votes on who they think will help improve the livelihood of Ghanaians and also develop the country.

Every eligible voter will be given the privilege to cast their votes in other to express themselves on who deems fit to rule the country come December 7.

The political parties contesting for the seat of Presidency are doing their best to win lots of votes as the election period is drawing near.

There are lots of political parties all contesting for the seat of presidency but the most popularly known parties who have ruled the country for the past years are the NPP and NDC.

The NPP led by the current President, Nana Akuffo Addo and his Vice, Doctor Mahmud Bawumia after their manifesto launch have not rested but have been campaigning as they’re touring the country and organizing several rallies in other to make their intentions known to the public as they run for the Presidency and outline reasons on why they should be voted into power come December 7.

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The opposition party led by the Former President, John Mahama and his running mate, Professor Naana Jane have not rested after their manifesto launch but have put all hands on deck in other to help solicit lots of votes to ensure their victory come December 7 as a lot of rallies, tours and just to mention but a few are still ongoing.

Lots of people have been debating and arguing on which political parties will win the impending elections.

Aside the various arguments and debates, there’s been lots of prophesies that has come through all predicting the upcoming elections.

A popularly known television station has conducted an online poll right after the release of the various candidates running for the presidency as lots of Ghanaians casted their votes to ensure their respective parties win as the results obtained could reflect in the impending general election come December 7.

From the results obtained, 9,267 eligible Ghanaian voters casted their votes in other to choose their favorite presidential candidate.

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After several days of voting, the final result is what is seen below.

From the above results, we can see that the NPP led by President Akuffo Addo Won the online poll with 63% of Ghanaians votes indicating an enormous number of voters casting their votes for the NPP.

On the other hand, the NDC had 37% of the votes cast indicating the percentage of voters who casted their votes for the NDC.

After the final results were released, below are some Ghanaians thoughts on the polls.

Who would you have voted for, Is it the NPP Or NDC?

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