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The Flagbearer of the People's National Convention (PNC), Dr Nasigre Mahama through a Facebook post has congratulated NPP Flagbearer Nana Akufo-Addo for winning the elections.

The account is perceived to be his official account because it had been used by him in the past to communicate with the public. 

Many users of social media did not seem happy about a press conference organised by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) declaring themselves winners and urging their opponents in the NDC to concede defeat.

There were some projections in favour of the NPP's parliamentary candidate for Ofoase Ayirebi constituency, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah

He is reported to have polled 17,141 votes according to a message on Whatsapp platforms. Some congratulatory tweets began to flow on his timeline.

 

Congratulations bro @konkrumah. Our parliament really needs brains like urs. #ElectionHQ

— Nana Wusu-Ansah (@Nanawusu13) December 8, 2016

#GhanaDecides: Reports suggest One Touch for @konkrumah in Ofoase. Parliament will be richer with the presence of a fine young man.

— Benjamin Tetteh (@benjieluv) December 8, 2016

#konkrumah congratulations on winning the Ofoase-Ayirebi seat. Many has great expectations of you.

— Kofi Owusu Debrah (@kodkozey) December 8, 2016

The #VigilanceIsKey trended on Twitter as key members of the New Patriotic Party urged their agents to keep careful watch as the counting of the ballots continued.

 

We encourage all party agents to observe the results keenly. #VigilanceIsKey

— Nana Akufo-Addo (@NAkufoAddo) December 7, 2016

lol…why sleepy already#VigilanceIsKey ooo https://t.co/Qc2SuCf50c

— TYMER (@quabena_tymer) December 8, 2016

We urge all Ghanaians to remain vigilant, stay at their polling stations to observe the counting and verify the results. #VigilanceIsKey

— Rebecca Ansong (@slim_becks) December 7, 2016

A post on the official Facebook account of Awutu Senya West parliamentary candidate George Andah suggested a win for the astute marketer.

The supposed political neophyte contested against incumbent Member of Parliament and Foreign Minister, Hannah Serwah Tetteh.

Some six hours after the polls ended in most polling stations across the country, the Management Consultant wrote: "The Battle was indeed the Lord's"

 

The Battle was indeed the Lord's

— nenyi issiw (@nenyi_issiw) December 7, 2016

 

Hannah Tetteh hasn't fallen. Disregard info claiming that.

— Nii Sarpei Hornsby (@nii_sarpei) December 7, 2016

 

Hannah Tetteh aye… I feel give am pass. You see power see areogance. You go go house

— kwame ankamah kusi (@slymelo) December 7, 2016

Hannah Tetteh do guy guy lose the seat. Kudos George 👏👏👏 #nanab3ba #NanaAddo

— Fante Commando (@StarBwuoi_Ofori) December 7, 2016

The Presidential Candidate of the Progressive People's Party (PPP), Papa Kwesi Nduom also trended on Twitter for the figures he was getting in the provisional results that had come in so far.

 

Group Nduom(GN GROUP) consists of 61 companies
Over 50+ GN banks😂
Over 2,000 workers under Nduom
So who did these workers vote for ? pic.twitter.com/QMAMYAiC2I

— HeadMistress❤️ (@Ahra_ba) December 7, 2016

I feel like Nduom's story is a lesson to everyone. People will laugh, rejoice, spend your money and still go and betray you .

— Corleone (@Akua_Asabre) December 7, 2016

The way Nduom dey get 2 and 4 dier after this election we for call am Tuffour.

— Abuburo Nkosua (@lordtee) December 7, 2016

#Nduom Nduom to one of his returning officers. How many did I get at your constituency?

Returning officer: pic.twitter.com/6JzttTA7zh

— Obiba Kwaku Afriyie (@Okuluman) December 7, 2016

 

 

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