Flagbearer of the opposition party, National Democratic Congress (NDC) John Mahama, has expressed the party’s unwillingness to accept the results of the just ended elections.
Mahama at a press conference on Thursday night said the NDC will inspect the outcomes of the elections to decide on the next step.
“In order not to leave any further infractions unaccounted for, the NDC will continue its meticulous audit of all presidential pink sheets to ensure that the verdict of the people is upheld.”
”These steps will surely lead to our next line of actions within the constraints of our democratic governance process.”
John Mahama vowed that the party will do all it can to to secure majority of the parliamentary seats.
According to him, the party has identified five constituencies that are under siege by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) who are looking to overturn the NDC’s victories.
“We are beefing up capacities in the constituencies where the ruling NPP is seeking to overturn the parliamentary victory already chalked.”
”We are also deploying an additional crack team of lawyers and senior party officials to supports these constituencies that are under siege.”