Ghanaian President Akufo-Addo won a successful re-election in the 2020 general election
December 9th local time, 48 hours after the polling for Ghana’s 2020 presidential election, the Ghana Election Commission announced the results of the presidential election: the candidate of the New Patriotic Party and current President Akufo-Addo won 51.595% of the effective votes, winning with 67,30,413 votes.
Ren; his biggest opponent, the former president and the candidate of the National Democratic Congress Party, the largest opposition party, Mahama, won 47.366% of the vote and lost by 6214,889 votes. The difference between the number of votes is 515,524 votes.
This is Mahama’s second loss to Akufo-Ado in the general election.
Akufo-Ado’s second term will begin on January 7, 2021 and end on January 6, 2025.
Ghana’s National Election Security Working Group announced that night that five people died during and after the election due to election disputes.