It is fact that New Patriotic Party (NPP) followers totaling close to 800 have hit the streets requesting the Electoral Commission (EC) that they should publish the official results of the December 7 elections as soon as possible.
According to the Deputy Communications Director Hopeson Adorye, the campaigners said that they were going to the head office of the EC in Accra.
Mr. Adorye told the media on Thursday, December 8 that, “This stupidity must not be entertained. It is fact that you, the media people are spoiling EC Chair Charlotte Osei too much and you should be on her. As we are the slogan to the Electoral Commission. We are also going to pass through Odo Rise, Circle over Adabraka to the Electoral Commission.”
Although the NPP declares that its flag bearer, Nana Akufo-Addo, has really won the presidential election poll, if you wanted to know the gathered constituency results, they are available to the party’s leaders.
On Thursday, speaking at a press conference, the National Youth Controller of the NPP, Sammi Awuku, told, “In the growth of our democratic release, in 16 years this has been the 1st time that election results have overly delayed in this way.
Hence, “It rises suspicion, it also creates unwanted tension all over the country and it creates needless distress among the Ghanaian youth in which we are annoying to even help detain them. It is true that this disbelief gives people the reason to suggest that maybe the commission trying to upturn the clearly stated mandate of the majority of the people and youth of Ghana through the ballot box.
So, “this is unhappy and we are calling on the Electoral Commission to make clear all the doubts by simply getting on with it. Actually, we know what they have got through their fax machines and it also relates with what the NPP has established. They know, what they provide to us at the polling station is what was also conveyed to them so nobody can make turn 6 to 9 and can turn our victory to defeat again.”
According to him, close to 29,000 polling centers, “now out of 27,577 instead of 94.23% of the pink sheets confirmed at each polling station and submitted to our collection centres by this morning and our presidential contestant Nana Akufo-Addo had an impressive lead of 53.79% to John Mahama’s 44.42%.
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