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Newly elected Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama (C), candidate of the ruling National Democratic Congress party, who replaced the late President John Atta-Mills after his death in July delivers a speech after meeting with Former Nigerian President and head of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) monitoring team for Ghana's 2012 election Olusegun Obasanjo (L) in Accra on December 9, 2012. Obasanjo paid Mahama a visit ahead of the final results announcement for Ghana's just concluded presidential and parliamentary elections that were acclaimed by the ECOWAS observers as 'peaceful and transparent.' Mahama held a slight edge over his main rival as vote counting wrapped up on December 9 after high-stakes presidential polls in the emerging west African country, local media said. AFP PHOTO / STRINGER (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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Newly elected Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama (C), candidate of the ruling National Democratic Congress party, who replaced the late President John Atta-Mills after his death in July delivers a speech after meeting with Former Nigerian President and head of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) monitoring team for Ghana's 2012 election Olusegun Obasanjo (L) in Accra on December 9, 2012. Obasanjo paid Mahama a visit ahead of the final results announcement for Ghana's just concluded presidential and parliamentary elections that were acclaimed by the ECOWAS observers as 'peaceful and transparent.' Mahama held a slight edge over his main rival as vote counting wrapped up on December 9 after high-stakes presidential polls in the emerging west African country, local media said. AFP PHOTO / STRINGER (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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