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NDC Heading To Court Is A Good Move – NPP

NDC Heading To Court Is A Good Move – NPP.
Leaders of the New Patriotic Party the NPP have welcomed the decision of the National Democratic Congress to head to court to challenge the outcome of the 2020 Elections.

The legal team members of the National Democratic Congress have said that they file a petition on December 30,2020 at the Apex Court to try and turn the outcome of the just ended Elections results.

The leaders and supporters of the NDC after the declaration of the results have demonstrated to challenge the outcome of the results but all to no avail.

John Boadu, speaking to CitiNews said that the move by the NDCs to head to court is a nice move but they should have done that long time ago.

“It is their right and that is what we expected them to have done instead of staging those needless demonstrations. For me, they are a responsible opposition and having big-time markets being burnt down, we should have heard a comment from them. We should have heard them solidarizing with our great market women, but we haven’t heard anything so far”, he noted.

The EC after the voting declared Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo as the President elect, but the NDCs claimed that the EC have ruled the outcome in favour of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.

The 2020 Presidential flagbear of the National Democratic Congress,has refused to concede defeat, claiming based on the data they have in hand, he John Dramani Mahama won the Presidential Seat.
He said the declaration of the results is fictionalized

“I stand before you tonight unwilling to accept the fictionalised result of a flawed election,” Mr. Mahama had said at a press conference. What we witnessed across the country from Monday 7th December 2020 exposed a deliberate plan to manipulate and predetermine the results of the election in favour of the incumbent candidate Nana Akufo-Addo,” he added.
Source: CitiNews

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