Ghana: Candidates Resume Campaign After Shopping Mall Disaster

As they approach the homestretch of campaign activities ahead of December polls, three presidential candidates have returned to the trail following brief suspensions by their respective camps after the collapse of a shopping mall in Accra.

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President John Dramani Mahama of Ghana is the candidate of the National Democratic Congress in the 2012 elections.

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  • Ghana:  EC Rejects Six Political Parties and One Independent Candidate

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    The Electoral Commission (EC) has rejected the nominations of four political parties and one Independent Candidate. read more »

  • Ghana:  Disqualification of NDP EC Faces Court Action

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