The National Democratic Congress has rejected the 2020 election results declared by the Electoral Commission of Ghana on December 9 2020.
Speaking to the media hours after the EC’s declaration of Mr Akufo-Addo as President-elect, Mr Haruna Iddrisu, the minority leader in the 7th parliament said the results were declared in rapidity ignoring significant affairs that were proposed by their party.
According to Mr Haruna Iddrisu the way and manner the election results were declared “demonstrates an attack on Ghana’s democracy” and “a subversion of the will of the Ghanaian people. According to the NDC, there has been a judicious effort by the EC to rig the parliamentary election to favour the ruling party who has obviously lost most of its seat in parliament.
“We demand the collation of the Techiman south constituency” Mr Iddrisu said.
Mr Mahama is however expected to address the nation and the international community to state the next line of action to be taken by the party.
Mr Akufo Addo was declared the winner of this year’s elections by the Electoral Commissioner, Mrs jean Mensah after having pulled a total vote of 6,730,413 which represents 51.59% of the 13,434, 574 votes cast in all the 275 constituencies across the country.
The National Democratic Congress’ John Dramani Mahama, also pulled a total vote of 6, 214, and 889 votes which represent 47.366% of the total valid votes cast placing him second