Ghana Elections 2008: Round two

After a second round of voting the results are in.
At about 3pm this afternoon the chairman of the Electoral Commission in Ghana announced that the NDC led after the second but were not the clear winners. I don’t have the actual figures but the difference between the two major political parties in the country was about 23,000 votes in favour of the NDC. Out of 230 constituencies 229 had come in with one still yet undeclared ( they had not voted yet and they will this Friday). Anyway, this constituency has 53,000 potential votes that could swing this thing anyway. But the way i see the NDC will win this election after the votes from the last constituency come in ( assuming all or 80% the 53,000 votes dont magically go to the NPP).

Personally i dont give a damn about who wins so long as i can still wake up at 9am in the morning and walk around without any restrictions at night.

So may the best party win… which practically means the NDC

PS: I AM COMPLETELY UNBIASED ABOUT MY VIEWS, I HAVE NO PARTY AFFILIATIONS AND DIDN’T VOTE ( IRRESPONSIBLY I MIGHT ADD 😉

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