National Democratic Congress (NDC) Members in the three (3) Tongu constituencies; North Tongu, South Tongu and the Central Tongu and some citizens of the areas have hit the street to demonstrate against what they describe as a stolen verdict of the December 2020 elections poll.
The demonstration which started around 8:00am on the principal street of Sogakope through to the Sogakope District Hospital ended at the South Tongu Electoral Commission’s Office.
According to the indigents of the area, the Electoral Commission of Ghana led by Mrs. Jean Mensa has stolen their verdict for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo against John Dramani Mahama who they voted for.
The three (3) Tongu constituencies were joined by neighboring Constituencies like Akatsi South, Akatsi North, Anlo, Keta and Ketu Constituencies to demand for the ‘right.
According to the people, they will continue to demonstrate until their stolen verdict is brought back to them.
The press statement presented by Mr. Francis Nyamasekpor, the General Secretary of the NDC, South Tongu Constituency said, they are extremely convinced that H .E John Dramani Mahama, the NDC 2020 Presidential Candidate has won the election. He again said, the NDC has won 140 majority seats in parliament but the NPP is using brute military force to steal 3 seats to enable them get the needed majority in Parliament. The 3 seats in contention as we speak are Techiman South, Tarkwa Nsuaem, and Zabzugu.
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