The balloting went on successfully after the qualified Presidential Candidates were announced.
As it stands, New Democratic Congress (NDC) has found themselves behind the New Patriotic Party (NPP) on the ballot paper. NPP is number one as NDC is number two.
Here are the other Political parties and their positions on the ballot paper for the December 2020 elections;
1. – NPP
2. – NDC
3. – GUM
4. – CPP
5. – GFP
6. – GCPP
7. – APC
8. – LPG
9. – PNC
10. – PPP
11. – NDP
12. – Independent candidate
NPP bigots, Gary Nimako, who picked the position for his party and John Boadu, who is the current General Secretary, were beside themselves with joy at the Electoral Commission (EC) head office in Accra on Tuesday.
They made it known this is a sign of victory for President Akufo-Addo and Mr Boadu said it is only fair the party got the first position because that is what it will be come election day.
“It makes our campaign message a lot easier because in turns of all spheres of the country we are number one. Talk of economy, infrastructure, international recognition, education and everything else we are number one.
“Nana Akufo-Addo has paved the way, he is number one…this cements the party getting what it wants in terms of votes in the upcoming election,” he said.
He said they will not have had any problem if they had gotten any other position on the ballot “because Nana Akufo-Addo is well known for his works. It is only that God wants to show Ghanaians that the NPP is the number party in Ghana.”
On his part, Peter Otokunor, the Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, the party picking the second position is a sign of God speaking to Ghanaians to go back for former President John Dramani Mahama.
“We expected Number 2 and we have gotten it, on January 7, 2021, we are swearing in John Mahama into office as the next President of Ghana,” he declared.
By Surely Gh