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How much did presidential and parliamentary aspirants pay as nomination fees ahead of Ghana's 2020 elections?

All presidential aspirants in Ghana's 2020 elections paid 100,000 cedis or US$17,000 as nomination fees to the country's elections agency.

Parliamentary aspirants who were on the ballot paper on election day in the 275 constituencies  paid a deposit of 10,000 cedis.

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