The outcomes delivered by the Ghana Electoral Commission show that previous President John Dramani Mahama of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is ahead of the pack.
The commission has so far delivered the consequences of seven commonplace decisions, with John Mahama accepting 199, 450 votes.
Occupant Nana Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) got 1,500,310 votes.
As of Wednesday morning, the aftereffects of the seven common races have been reported as follows:
Upper West: NPP: 121,230 – NDC: 238,972
North East: NPP: 122,742 – NDC: 112,306
East Bono: NPP: 292, 604 – NDC: 203,329
Oti: NPP: 103,865 – NDC: 181,021
Voltage: NPP: 100,481 – NDC: 606,508
Ahafo: NPP: 145,584 – NDC: 116,485
Focal: NPP: 613,804 – NDC: 538,829
reviews that an expected 17 million Ghanaian took an interest in the official and parliamentary races on Monday.
Casting a ballot occurred in more than 38,000 surveying stations in 16 locales of Ghana.