The Jean Mensah led Electoral Commission after the declaration of the Presidential results yesterday, 9th December 2020 has come out with the number of parliamentary seats won by the NPP and NDC.
There has bee a lot of discrepancies surrounding the number of seats won by the NPP and NDC at the just-ended election.
According to the General Secretary of the opposition NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, his party holds the majority of seats in parliament. He disclosed this today during a press briefing.
The NPP, on the other hand, through the Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah at a press briefing also just this evening has said that his party has the majority in parliament.
In a tabular sheet obtained as given by the EC, the NPP has won a total of 137 while the NDC has won 136 with one independent candidate winning the Fomena seat in the Ashanti Region.
The chart shows columns and rows of the 16 regions in Ghana and the number seats won by the NDC and the NPP in corresponding with the constituencies.
Note: The Sene West seat in the Bono East Region is still outstanding and waiting to be cleared by the EC.
See below the chart of the number of seats won by the two major political parties