The upcoming elections promises to be cagey. It will see the 2 biggest political parties in the country lock horns for supremacy. Eleven days are all it takes for the elections to come off. Aside the 2 candidates of the biggest political parties, 10 other presidential candidates will also be contesting.
As the election day gets close predictions are emerging from different polls and also supposed men of God. Yesterday news broke out that Ben Ephson had predicted a 52.67% win for the ruling New Patriotic Party. The NDC didn’t take it lightly with this result.
Today Thursday November 26, 2020 the University of Ghana has also presented its much awaited polls. The results according to the Political Science Department was to be presented earlier but was delayed after the death of Jerry Rawlings.
The findings of the polls conducted by the Political Science Department of the University has it that President Nana Akufo-Addo will win the upcoming election by 51.7% with John Mahama placing second with 40.4. Christian Andrews came third with1.4% with the other political parties getting less than 1%.
This poll results are expected to draw more controversy as it becomes the third of results from recognized institutions whose results spell doom for John Mahama. Check out the results;
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