ACCRA - Ghana holds a presidential election on Dec. 7 in what is expected to be a two-horse race between the incumbent, President Nana Akufo-Addo, and the leader of the main opposition party, former president John Mahama. Below are details about the two main candidates: NANA AKUFO-ADDO, NEW PATRIOTIC PARTY The 76-year-old is running against Mahama for the third time, after defeating him in the 2016 race for the presidency. Critics say Akufo-Addo, whose late father was also president before being ousted in a 1972 coup, has failed to make good on campaign promises such as a pledge to bring a factory to every district, while the economy remains dogged by high public debt. However, the former lawyer has won public support for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which included providing?free water and subsidised electricity to households. If re-elected, he has promised to push ahead with a $17 billion programme to spur the economy's post-pandemic recovery, improve social mobility and create more jobs. Pre-election surveys suggest the president is the front-runner, but no large-scale opinion polls have been conducted. Akufo-Addo qualified as a barrister in Britain and had a long legal career spanning Britain, France and Ghana before turning to politics. He is a member of a royal family from Akyem in Ghana,
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