can confirm that out of 254 collated provisional results from across the country, the National Democratic Congress has 50.99% of the votes, New Patriotic Party has 47.85%. The other political parties share the remaining 1.16%.
Several of the nation's Parliamentarians however failed to secure their seats.
The Minster for Employment and Social Welfare, Moses Asaga failed to retain his seat in the Nandam. He lost to the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) Boniface Agambilla. Mr. Asaga polled 6,545 as against 7,097 for Mr. Agambilla.
The Member of Parliament for Manya Krobo, Mr. Michael Teye-Nyaunu has lost his seat to the Deputy Eastern Regional Minister, Ebenezer Okletey Terlarbi of the NDC.
Mr. Teye-Nyaunu went Independent after he was defeated by Mr. Terlarbi during the constituency primaries.
The only Member of Parliament for the Convention People's Party (CPP), Samia Nkrumah has also lost her seat to the National Democratic Congress' (NDC) Francis Anaman who polled 21,651 while Ms Nkrumah got 18,110.
NDC MP for Jirapa, Francis Bawaana Dakura suffered a defeat to the Independent Candidate, Paul Derigubaa.
Incumbent MP for Agona West, Samuel Obodai lost his seat to the NDC’s Lawyer Charles Obeng-Inkoom who polled 30, 166 and the former polled 25,397.
Professor Ameyaw Akumfi lost the bid to represent the NPP in Parliament for the Techiman North constituency.
Catherine Afeklu of the Evalue Gwira constituency lost to Kweku Tamekyi Kissi of the NDC who polled 14,096 votes to win the seat. Mrs. Afeku had 11,651 votes
Former Minister of Information, John Tia Akologu lost the Talensi seat to Robert Nachinab Doameng Mosore, the NPP candidate.