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President Akufo-Addo To Tour Oti Region From Wednesday



President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, would Wednesday begin a two-day tour of the Oti Region.

He would proceed after a day’s tour of the Volta Region on Tuesday.

Mr, Seidu Musah, Oti Regional Communication Director of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) disclosed this to the Ghana News Agency (GNA), at Dambai.

He said the Commander in Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces would inspect ongoing construction development projects, cut sod for the Regional Directorate of Youth Employment Agency and meet Regional Executives of the Party, Constituency Executives and all Parliamentary Candidates.

The President is expected to inspect on-going road projects and Commission the Junction-Dordokope Road and the Krachi-Banda Road project.

Mr Musah said the President would dialogue with members of the Oti Region House of Chiefs and cut-the-sod for work to begin on the Oti solid waste treatment plant among others.

The Ghana News Agency (GNA), observed hoisting and visibility of NPP flags and other paraphernalia, flying high on electricity poles and receptacles at the Regional capital, Municipality and districts in the region awaiting the entry of the President.



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WILL HISTORY BE REPEATED? NPP Lost When They Picked Number 1 While In Power In 2008



When I heard that the NPP picked number 1 during the official balloting at the EC’s head office today, the only thing that occurred to me was HISTORY!

Talking about history, in 2008 when NPP was in power and had all the resources after parking the NDC in opposition for eight good years, many thought the much-yearned for Nana Addo, then flagbearer would take over from H.E John Agyekum Kuffuor, the incumbent.

Just like today, on the day of balloting under the watch of the then EC boss Kwadwo Afari-Gyan, the NPP picked Number 1 – the spot sent a message of victory across the country among all party folks and sympathizers. Quickly the song below was composed.

Shockingly, the verdict for the 2008 election did not go in the favour of the NPP as expected by the majority of Ghanaians in the first round.

This was due to the fact that no candidate received more than 50% of the votes, hence, a run-off election was held on 28 December 2008 between the two candidates who received the most votes, NPP’s Nana Akufo-Addo and NDC’s, John Atta Mills.

After the run-off, Mills was certified as the victor on January 3, 2009, by a margin of less than one percent. It is to date the closest election in Ghanaian history.

Since we are all reflecting on history, what does the NPP being in position with Nana Addo as flagbearer and picking number 1 on the ballot mean?


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Mahama being number 2 on the ballot paper means God has ordained him to rule Ghana for a 2nd term – Sammy Gyamfi



Communications officer of the National Democratic Congress, Sammy Gyamfi, has said that it is God that allowed John Mahama to occupy the second position on the 2020 Ghana elections ballot paper while NPP’s Nana Addo sat at the first position.

Soon after the Electoral Commission made the announcement of the positions of the presidential candidates on the ballot paper, Sammy Gyamfi took to Twitter and said Mahama being at the second position is an indication that he’ll rule Ghana again for the second term.

He continued by saying that Nana Addo’s first position on the ballot paper is also an indication that he was ordained to rule Ghana for only one term.

In his words, he wrote:

“John Mahama will be number two (2) on the ballot on 7th December, meaning God has ordained him, @JDMahama for a second (2nd) term. President Akufo Addo will be number (1) on the ballot, meaning that President Akufo Addo is ordained for just one (1) term. #TwoSure”


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Ghana 2020 Elections: NPP picks No. 1, NDC picks No. 2



GHANA 2020 ELECTIONS: The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has picked Number 1 on the ballot paper for the 2020 December 7 elections.

Coincidentally, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) picked Number 2 during the balloting exercise held at the head office of the Electoral Commission, Ghana (EC) on Tuesday, October 20.

Osofo Kyirabosom’s GUM party followed at Number 3.

The CPP, GFP, and GCPP picked number 4, 5, and 6 respectively.

APC, LPG, PNC, PPP, NDP and the independent candidate will fill the number 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 spots respectively.

The numbers picked by the various parties will be the positions for both presidential and parliamentary candidates.

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