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Ghana Elections 2020 Predictions, EIU predicts NPP victory in December.

The Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) has predicted that the New Patriotic Party’s Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will defeat former President John Dramani Mahama to retain his seat at the Presidency in December.

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In its latest report on the upcoming Presidential elections and forecast on the state of the Ghanaian economy, the renowned economic and financial institution said the NPP will win the elections inspite of challenges brought about by the Coronavirus pandemic this year.

The latest report, finalised in June, said the NPP government’s trump card going into the elections is its management of the economy since assuming power in 2017, stating emphatically that the governing NPP is seen as better managers of the economy than the opposition NDC.

“The next general elections are due in December 2020. The Economist Intelligence Unit expects the NPP to retain power, as the party is seen as a better custodian of the economy than the opposition National Democratic Congress,” the EIU stated in its latest report.

Ghana Elections 2020 Predictions, Popular Islamic Cleric Makes Another Bold Prediction Concerning The 2020 General Election.

Ghana Elections 2020 Predictions, Popular Ghanaian Islamic Cleric who is known for his accurate predictions on politics and other social issues in Ghana, Mallam Sham-Una in a recent submission on Facebook has revealed an interesting fact about the next general election to be conducted in 2020.

In her recent social media post on Facebook, the cleric indicated that the failed promises of both the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriot Party will hugely affect voter turn out at some specific areas and polling stations in country. He gave 6 regions where voter turnout will be very low.

Ghana Elections 2020 Predictions, His post reads; “THE CONTROVERSIAL SPIRITUAL HACKER GRASP THE 2020 ELECTION REGISTER IN HIS HANDS LOWER VOTER TURN OUT TO HIT 2020 GENERAL ELECTION,

The Islamic cleric, numerologist, philosopher and acclaimed spiritual hacker has trooped into the spiritual data of the electoral commission and find out that there will be a lower voter turnout in the coming general elections.

Through my spiritual research and calculations, I went into the spiritual realm and open the data of the electoral commission data (the register) of 2020 general elections and saw that throughout the country, the voter turnout will not be as usual.

I saw the exact number of voters been registered in the spirit even though the physical data of the electoral commission is not yet been compiled. Ghana Elections 2020 Predictions.

And I might update Ghanaian’s the figures in the near future, but due to one or two spiritual reason, I will not give the figures now for political parties to score their political points and also giving out this data will cause a serious political malpractices as a concern citizen of Ghana Elections 2020 Predictions.

Ghana has conducted 7 uninterrupted successful elections since the return to democracy in 1992. These have seen power change hands between the two dominant political parties, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP); making Ghana one of the few countries on the continent to consistently conduct peaceful, free and fair elections, leading to two peaceful political transitions and Ghana’s democracy being described as a beacon of hope in the West African Sub-Region.

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The country will return to the polls in December 2020 in what has been described as first for a contest between a sitting President Nana Akufo-Addo and a former President John Mahama.

The Ghana elections is seen by observers as the “battle of the record” where Ghanaians will be given the opportunity to compare the two leading candidates based on the achievements during their four years in government. This will be the third time the two leading candidates will be contesting each other.

In 2012, when they first ran against each other, Mahama, 61, won. In 2016, Akufo-Addo, 75, won. Issues In the lead up to the elections, the Electoral Commission is in a contentious debate with some political parties about procuring a new Biometric Voter Management System as well as compile a new Voters Register for the 2020 general elections with the justification that the old register is bloated which will adversely impact the final outcome and the credibility of the election.

Another issue that will dominate the campaign landscape will be allegations of corruption. Mahama is believed to have lost the last elections on allegations of corruption and overspending by his administration. The current government of Akufo-Addo is also plagued by reports of corruption amongst his appointees as well as unfulfilled promises. Predictions The margin of victory in Ghana elections is always very close.

But the NDC in opposition has failed to adequately address or dispel allegations of corruption against its flagbearer and it is expected voters will be reminded of this come the campaign period. The Incumbent government is expected to scrap through with a very close victory based on better economic record and attempts at fighting corruption with the passage of an access to information law as well as appointing a special prosecutor to fight corruption.

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