The presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Mahama, has said Ghanaians have voted for change, warning no one should attempt to steal the election.
Talking at a quickly orchestrated public interview in Accra on Tuesday, said the figures are going in support of themselves.
“I have not complimented any individual. No attempt should be made to steal this election. We will oppose it,” the 62-year-old said.
He added: “We thank the Ghanaian individuals for the certainty they’ve communicated in us, it’s unmistakable, the Ghanaian public need change in this nation. Ghanaians are worn out on Akufo-Addo and his administration. We thank the electorates for giving us a working larger part in parliament: 140 seats in parliament, which is a lion’s share, and no attempt should be made to undercut that.”
As indicated by him, the resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC) has just made sure about 10 districts out of the 16.
“I’ve taken a gander at the outcomes gathered up until now and I’m energized and content with the outcomes and we’ve won in 10 areas out of 16 and the Ghanaian public have communicated trust in us. We would oppose any attempts to undermine the desire of the individuals.
“Some of what’s going on is inadmissible and Nana Akudo-Addo keeps on demonstrating qualifications that are undemocratic. You cannot utilize the military to attempt to topple a portion of the outcomes in bodies electorate that we have won. We will oppose any attempts to sabotage the sovereign will of the Ghanaian public.”
He approached NDC allies to “try to avoid panicking as we sit tight for the last decision”, adding that “however we are glad that Ghanaians have voted for change.”