Ghana Upper West Region Presidential Elections Results Live 2016 by Constituencies Parliamentary

Last Modified: December 9, 2016 at 12:45 pm

Ghana Upper West Region Presidential Elections Results Live 2016 by Constituencies Parliamentary

Ghanaian Presidential election Schedule 2016

General elections held in Ghana on 7 Dec 2016 to elect a President and Members of Parliament.

Ghanaian Upper West Region Presidential election Results 2016 Live

Counting started immediately after polls shut at 5 p.m. (1700 GMT), but with around 29,000 polling stations, official results from the country's 275 constituencies across 10 regions are not expected until Thursday.Mrs Charlotte Osei, will declare the final result

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Final Results Tally For Upper West Region – NDC is ahead in Presidential and Parliamentary Results

Ghana Upper West Region Presidential Election Results and Vote Count

Candidate Party Vote%
Nana Akufo-Addo NPP 34.70%
John Dramani Mahama NDC 59.82%

Ghana Upper West Region Parliamentary Election Results 2016   


Title Party Votes Percentage
New Patriotic Party NPP 89,902
National Democratic Congress NDC 154,996

Ghana Upper West Region List of Constituencies Parliamentary Election Results 




Daffiama, Bussie, Issa

Sebastian Ngmenenso Sandaare



Francis Bawaana Dakura



Anthony N-yoh Puowele Karbo



Ambrose Dery


Wa Central

Rashid Pelpuo


Wa East

Bayon Godfrey Tangu


Wa West

Joseph Yieleh Chireh


Facts & Figures

Ghana Elections Regions map

Voting population 15,712,499 
28,992 Polling Stations
275 Constituency Collation Centres 
1 National Collation Centre
7 Presidential candidates (1 Female)
1,158 Parliamentary candidates (136 Females)

Ghanaian Presidential election Details 2016 

  1. The president is elected using the two-round system, whilst the 275 members of Parliament will be elected in single-member constituencies using first-past-the-post voting.
  2. Eligible voters must be Ghanaian citizens who are at least 18 years old, although those declared insane are disenfranchised. Parliamentary candidates must be Ghanaian citizens at least 21 years old, and either be resident in their constituency or have lived there for at least five of the ten years prior to the election
  3. Social media initiative like #GhanaDecides will track live election updates.
  4. On average 66% of citizens in Ghana have voted in elections since independence and new technologies are expected to  increase this figure.
  5. Citizens can also check their registration details by SMS using a shortcode established by Ghana's Electoral Commission.


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