NDC’s Evidence Shows Akufo-Addo Won The Elections But Not With 51.29% – See The Actual Percentage

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has consistently hitting on the rigged figures that the electoral commission based on it to announced the president elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.

Following the supreme court petition filled by the NDC against the president elect Nana Addo and the electoral commission, most NDC sympathizers have had the confidence that the verdict shall surely turn to John Dramani Mahama.

On the contrary, the petition clearly states that the collated figures brought up by the electoral commission was wrong, and the NPP presidential candidate Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo never had the 51.29% ). 

According to the electoral commission’s own calculation, Akufo Addo should have 50.09% instead of the 51.29%. This explains when you divide the total number of votes Akufo Addo had by the total valid votes counted then multiply by 100% the percentage for Akufo Addo won’t be 51.29%.

Nevertheless, the NDC has made it known that according to their pink sheets available no presidential candidate had the required percentage that will call for a president elect, despite the wrong tabulation from the electoral commission.

The real deal is, when these evidence from the NDC get to the supreme court there we will know the actual truth of the issue.

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