The Electoral Commission, Ghana (EC) has rejected allegations that it is scheming to call the elections for incumbent Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Director Jean Adukwei Mensa told journalists in the early long stretches of Wednesday, December 9 that those allegations are totally bogus.
“It is critical to take note of that there have been hypotheses of some endeavor to control the outcomes,” she noticed yet focused on: “This is bogus.”
“I think the cycle that we have is an exceptionally straightforward and participatory cycle and I think each intrigued Ghanaian is mindful that at the surveying station we hosted a political gathering specialist with our authorities at the surveying station.”
She said party specialists are associated with the figuring out, gathering and tallying of votes and sign their segments of the pink sheets before they are transmitted to the constituency assemblage focuses.
“Thus, we importune you to overlook a portion of the theories and allegations that have gone out.”
This comes in the wake of allegations by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) that the Commission needs to proclaim Presidential Candidate Akufo-Addo as victor of the surveys, against the desire of the individuals.
“We will resist any endeavor to sabotage the desire of the individuals,” NDC’s up-and-comer John Dramani Mahama cautioned while conversing with journalists at his living arrangement in Accra Tuesday night.
He said their gathering so far gives his parliamentary competitors around 140 out of the 275 constituencies and he is headed to returning to the public authority.
NDC is anticipating its chief John Mahama leads with 50.15% Figures delivered by the EC from seven districts puts him marginally in front of his main opponent. He has a total of 1,997,450 votes against Akufo-Addo’s 1,500,310.
The Volta Region is his most elevated edge.