Ghana president reappointed with 51% of votes
Active President Nana Akufo-Addo won the official decisions in Ghana by a tight edge. The political decision commission reports.
Addo won 6,730,413 votes, equivalent to 51.59%, the opponent 6,214,889, 47.36%.
There was no absence of conflicts. The cost of viciousness in Ghana associated with the official and parliamentary races held last Monday in the nation is five dead.
The outcomes saw a tight edge between resistance applicant John Mahama and active president Nana Akufo-Addo.
The strain between the two applicants was soaring, with Mahama blaming Addo for needing to utilize the military to “sabotage the vote result.”
Ecowas, the association of West African states, called for quiet on Wednesday, seeking a positive result to the decisions.