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>> Ghana president John Mahama looks to be heading for the exit door. Local radio stations reporting that opposition leader Nana Akufo-Addo has won the countries' Presidential election. Joy FM and Citi FM, basing their results on data from individual constituencies. Final word expected Saturday. Mahama seemingly hit by an economic downturn.
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Ghana suffering from a slump in prices for its key exports, gold, oil, and cocoa. Now a transition of power will cement Ghana's status as a beacon of democracy in Africa. It regularly holds peaceful, but closely fought elections. If confirmed, this would be the third time since 2000 that voters have kicked out an incumbent.