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Outgoing president John Kufuor handed over power to John Atta-Mills, becoming Ghana's second elected head of state to hand over to an opposition politician.
Ghana's first landmark handover was in 2000 when former military ruler-turned-democrat Jerry Rawlings peacefully handed over to Kufuor, who was the chief opposition leader.
With the latest handover from Kufuor to Atta-Mills yesterday, Ghana is expected to earn another star as a rare functioning democracy on a troubled continent.
The powerful west African country has attracted praise from across the globe for its closely fought but successful election.
Atta-Mills won by a slim margin of just 40000 votes out of some nine million cast, representing slightly under half a percent difference. - Sapa-AFP