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NDC’S POSITION ON BALLOT SHOWS GOD ORDAINED 2ND COMING OF MAHAMA – SAMMY GYAMFI

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The presidential candidates contesting for the 2020 well-known elections balloted for position placements on the ballot paper on Tuesday, 20th October , 2020.

At the end of the balloting, it turns out that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) picked the 2nd position placement while the New Patriotic Party (NPP) picked the first slot, for the December typical elections.

Due to this outcome,The National Democratic Congress (NDC) believes that the party’s placement thus the second position on the ballot paper signifies former President John Dramani Mahama’s return to power.

Sammy Gyamfi, who is the Communication Officer of the NDC stated in a tweet saying that that party’s position on the ballot paper indicates a good omen for their presidential candidate, John Mahama.

He then continued to say that the NPP’s first slot on the ballot also means that President Nana Akufo-Addo is destined to govern this nation for simply one term.

“John Mahama will be number two (2) on the ballot on 7th December, which means God has ordained him, John Mahama for a second (2nd) term. President Akufo-Addo will be number (1) on the ballot, which means that President Akufo-Addo is ordained for simply one (1) term”, he stated.

The following shows the parties and the positions they picked on the ballot paper on Tuesday, October 20, 2020:

1 – New Patriotic Party

2 – National Democratic Congress

3 – Ghana Union Movement

4 – Convention People’s Party

5 – Ghana Freedom Party

6 – Great Consolidated People’s Party

7 – All People’s Congress

8 – Liberal Party Ghana

9 – People’s National Congress

10 – Progressive Peoples Party

11 – National Democratic Party

12 – Independent Candidate

Story by Quansah Henry

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