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0 comments Dec 092012

Report by N.Y. Sarpong

The Chairman of the Electoral Commission, Dr. Kwadwo Afari Gyan, has declared President John Dramani Mahama, candidate of the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC), as President-elect of the Republic of Ghana.

Dr. Gyan announced the results at a press conference at the office of the Commission at Ridge in Accra some minutes ago, …

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1 comment Dec 092012

Dest Report

Certified result

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Electoral Commission of Ghana has released the certified results of the Presidential Election on its Facebook page, some hours after meeting the Peace Council and representatives of political parties.

The certified results put President John Mahama at 5,574,761 representing 50.70 percent; Nana Addo’s 5,248,898 means47.74; and Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom gained 64,362 …

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Last Modified: Sunday, 9 December 2012. 8.28PM

Ghana Decides Desk Report

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information we are picking up from the Electoral Commission suggest that the Commission, together with the National Peace Council may address the media very soon.

Ghana Decides spotted some members of the Peace Council heading towards the Conference Centre.

We will update on any further developments.

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Media organisations allowed …

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0 comments Dec 072012

07 December 2012

Accra, Ghana

Introduction

The Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) has already issued its Mid-Day Report which stated that the setup and opening of polls generally went very well, though some polling stations were late in opening due to delays with the arrival of materials, with Greater Accra being the most affected region. As a …

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0 comments Dec 072012

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

07 December 2012

Accra, Ghana

POLLING DAY OBSERVATION: SITUATIONAL (MID-DAY) REPO

Introduction

The Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) has deployed about 4,500 trained, accredited,

non-partisan  rapid  response  observers.  Of  this  figure,  1,500  are  Parallel  Vote  Tabulation  (PVT) Observers. These observers are Ghanaians, from every walk of life, who have volunteered their time to help ensure that every …

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0 comments Dec 062012

Accra, Dec. 4, GNA – Nana Akosua Frimpomaa Sarpong-Kumankumah, Vice Presidential Candidate of the Convention People’s Party (CPP), has launched a 24-hour peace helpline and a website to promote peace before, during and after the December 7th elections.

The help lines 0207495813 and 0207495577 aimed to promote peace and fight for the rights of Ghanaians, especially women in the country, …

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0 comments Nov 292012

Photo Credit: GhanaWeb.com

The eight presidential candidates for the 2012 election have signed a peace pledge to express their commitment to ensuring a peaceful election. The pledge was signed at an event organised by the National Peace Council, the Manhyia Palace and the Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG) at the Great Hall of the Kwame …

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0 comments Nov 242012

The final IEA Debate was always going to be a big deal. Even before the day arrived, Mr Ayariga had already began to steal the show. On one of the popular radio stations, he said he would not be at the debate, which at that time was scheduled for Tuesday, 20 November. His reasons being …

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0 comments Nov 232012

Report by Jerome Kuseh, for Ghana Decides.

The Institute of Economic Affairs held it’s final presidential debate for 2012 on Wednesday, 21 November, 2012 at the State Banquet hall in Accra.

The event, which was originally scheduled for the 20th was moved a day forward in order to allow the five days of mourning declared by President …

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0 comments Nov 232012

So, amidst the economic mumble jumble during the first section of the IEA vice presidential debate, I could not help but marvel at the over-politicization of every single question asked. Not only did the two economic giants succeed in confusing me with all the “book-book” statistics, they were so engrossed in blaming each other for …

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