On December 29, 1992: The NPP led an opposition boycott of parliamentary elections in Ghana

On the December 29th 1992, the New Patriotic Party (NPP)  and other opposition parties boycotted the parliamentary elections. The National Democratic Congress (NDC) won 189 of the 200 parliamentary seats. According to the Interim National Election Commission (INEC) reports, 29 percent of registered voters turned out to vote in the parliamentary election, which gave the NDC the mandate to governor for the next four years.