Breaking News: Nana Addo ‘wins’ Ghana’s elections


    New Patriotic Party (NPP) presidential candidate Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is the one most likely to get the 50%+1 required to win the 2016 Presidential elections.

    The three time presidential aspirant has polled 4,213,710 representing 52.17 percent according to projections made by The Multimedia group, owners of

    Already, his party appears to have won an overwhelming majority in Parliament with just 69 constituencies to go.

    If this projected results are certified by the Electoral Commission (EC), Nana Akufo-Addo could make President John Mahama a one-term President which would be a record in Ghana’s history.

    The President who campaigned vigorously on infrastructural projects has polled 3,710,702 representing 45.95 percent.

    Unprecedented levels of apathy in the NDC’s stronghold, the Volta region, appear to have sealed off any chance of President Mahama relying on its ‘world bank’ to reverse his dwindling fortunes in the nine other regions.

    Out of an estimated 10million votes, the winner needs 5,272,633 votes to win.

    NPP candidate, Akufo-Addo has 4,213,710 and needs 1,117,663 votes to cross the mark.

    The NDC candidate and incumbent John Mahama has 3,710,702 votes from 206 constituencies provisionally declared.

    With 69 constituencies left, 21 of which are in the NPP stronghold of the Ashanti and Eastern regions, John Mahama is unlikely to garner 1,561,931 votes to overturn the result.