Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo has been reappointed after a firmly contested elections on Monday December 7.
As per official results showed, Nana Akufo-Addo got 51.6% of the vote, contrasted with 47.4% won by his fundamental opponent, ex-President John Mahama.
This is the third time the two flagbearers had confronted each other in an official political elections.
Ghana has a reputation for being one of the most steady majority rules systems in Africa, and this elections has proven it, as it has been held calmly prior and then afterward.
Results in the parliamentary elections still can’t seem to be declared, but are required to be close as well.
There are wild celebrations the country over after legitimate outcomes indicated Mr Akufo-Addo had won a subsequent term.
The President presently have to fulfill all premises, particularly the challenge of tackling elevated levels of joblessness and boosting the economy, which has been seriously hit by the Covid pandemic.
This is Ghana’s eighth official elections since its constitution was redrawn in 1992.
Meanwhile, Mr Mahama of the opposition NDC was president for four years until 2017, when he was succeeded by President Akufo-Addo. The two challenges were dictated by little margins.
Due to the Covid pandemic, the country’s standard political campaigns were delayed during the elections.
All things considered, President Akufo-Addo’s New Patriotic Party (NPP) and Mr Mahama’s National Democratic Congress (NDC) battled via social media, radio and TV for a large part of the political campaign season.
Be that as it may, in the most recent long stretches of campaigning, observation of covid protocols were tossed to the breeze as politicians met hordes of electors. There is presently worry that there could be a flood in Covid contaminations.
Ghana has revealed in excess of 50,000 Covid-19 infections, with at any rate 300 people capitulating to the infection.