The news of the 2020 election outcome still lingers in the minds and on the lips of many, especially the political parties that were involved. The electoral referee has been in the accusing end, with various members of the opposition including the 2020 presidential candidate, throwing all sorts of jabs at the commission.
The recent one has been that John Mahama is accusing the electoral commission of stuffing over one million ballots in the ballot boxes across the polling stations, among other things. In a press conference organised today by the EC this Monday afternoon, the Deputy Commissioner in charge of Corporate Services, Dr Eric Bossman Asare has called on the general public to disregard all claims laid against the EC by the former president.
He also called on the former president to provide all evidence to back his claims, and further called on the Ghana Police to investigate the claims made by the former president. Kwaku Annan, during the Seat Show on Monday night, commended the EC for the response to those claims. "I heard that the EC has responded to John Mahama. It is such a wonderful response, and I salute the EC for it", Kwaku Annan said.
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