Ghana election: Ghanaian Anxiously Await Election Results

People watch update results of the general elections after midnight on a big projector screen installed in Teshie Police Station in Accra, on December 8, 2016.
People watch update results of the general elections after midnight on a big projector screen installed in Teshie Police Station in Accra, on December 8, 2016.

Ghana election: Ghanaians faced an anxious wait Thursday for the results of a nail-biting presidential election tainted by sporadic outbreaks of violence, with no clear favourite emerging from the early provisional results.

The high-stakes race between incumbent John Mahama and rival Nana Akufo-Addo is seen as a litmus test of stability for one of Africa’s most secure democracies. Results will trickle in over the day, with the final winner expected to be announced at the earliest late Thursday.

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