On 7th December, 2020, all Ghanaians marched to their various polling stations to cast their ballots for their favourite presidential and parliamentary candidates.
Voting in Ghana takes two forms as we all know, that is the parliamentary and political form, and the winning party is always expected to take majority in parliament. Back in 2016 the NPP won majority with 169 seat as against 109.
This year things didn't turn out to be that same this year, though the NPP won majority in parliament, they didn't win it on an easy notice. They won 137 as against 135, the gap was very close this year.
Because of changes in most constituencies. Here are the list of constituencies who voted skirt and blouse in this year's polls.
Asunafo south constituency
BONO EAST REGION
Kintampo south constituency
Pru west constituency
Nkoranza north constituency
Nkoranza south constituency
Techiman south constituency
Awutu senya east constituency
Cape coast south constituency
Cape coast north constituency
Assin north constituency
Gomoa east constituency
Gomoa west constituency
Asikuma odoben brakwa constituency
Agona east constituency
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