Ghana President John Dramani Mahama gestures as he speaks with election observers and ruling party members following a press conference at the presidential residence in Accra, Ghana, Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012. As voting continued for an unplanned second day on Saturday, international observers endorsed Ghana's presidential and parliamentary polls, despite the delays at some polling stations that led to the extended vote. Polls show that a very tight race with voters almost evenly split between President Mahama and his main challenger, Nana Akufo-Addo. (AP Photo/Christian Thompson)

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Ghana President John Dramani Mahama gestures as he speaks with election observers and ruling party members following a press conference at the presidential residence in Accra, Ghana, Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012. As voting continued for an unplanned second day on Saturday, international observers endorsed Ghana's presidential and parliamentary polls, despite the delays at some polling stations that led to the extended vote. Polls show that a very tight race with voters almost evenly split between President Mahama and his main challenger, Nana Akufo-Addo. (AP Photo/Christian Thompson)
Ghana President John Dramani Mahama gestures as he speaks with election observers and ruling party members following a press conference at the presidential residence in Accra, Ghana, Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012. As voting continued for an unplanned second day on Saturday, international observers endorsed Ghana's presidential and parliamentary polls, despite the delays at some polling stations that led to the extended vote. Polls show that a very tight race with voters almost evenly split between President Mahama and his main challenger, Nana Akufo-Addo. (AP Photo/Christian Thompson)
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