Former President John Dramani Mahama has clearly stated that the government used the Electoral Commission (EC) to manipulate results for the incumbent President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Consequently, Mr. Mahama said the gathering won’t acknowledge anything shy of the genuine impression of the votes of the individuals.
He said there is no uncertainty that Ghanaians in all districts decided in favor of progress in both the parliamentary and presidential decisions.
To him, despite the fact that the EC vowed to convey believable surveys, it did otherwise.
He focused on the NDC won’t acknowledge a defective political decision in light of the fact that the NDC won 140 seats yet the government is using the military to intimidate and sabotage the desire of the individuals.
According to him, as somebody who regards majority rule government, he acknowledged annihilation in 2016, moved to one side since he accepted that was the desire of the individuals.
He added to regard our majority rule government, the mystery decision of individuals should be ensured and regarded and not sabotaged.
He made the cases at the gathering’s central command when he tended to party allies over the result of the affirmation of the presidential surveys.
He added that the NDC won most of seats of 140 however the government is trying to take 5 from them.
“I remain before you tonight unwilling to acknowledge the fictionalized aftereffect of an imperfect political decision.”
He added “There is no uncertainty that each Ghanaian in this nation decided in favor of progress. We did so both In the presidential and parliamentary decisions.
“I am a resolute devotee to the investigation of majority rule government, an arrangement of administration that permits a definitive dynamic capacity to rest in the possession of you the great individuals of Ghana. We the individuals who with an eye towards the future we will like for our dear nation choose agents to advance and understand that vision. Government serves at the decision and course of the individuals of this extraordinary country.”
President Akufo-Addo was pronounced as the winner of the 2020 presidential surveys with 6,730,587 (51.302%) of the vote.
Mr. Mahama came next with 6,213,182 votes representing 47.359%.