The Director of communications for the Progressive Peoples Party (PPP) in the Savannah Region, Prince Shiraz Sakara said he is ready to put his life on the line in the 2024 presidential and parliamentary elections for his party.
He made his comment by the claims made by former President John Dramani Mahama that "the inability of the EC Chairperson Madam Jean Mensah to mount the witness box in the 2021 election petition shows the election wasn't credible".
Prince Shiraz said the PPP wouldn't allow for any political party to rig the 2024 elections. According to him, they are ever ready to police the ballots in all 275 Constituencies across the country to ensure victory for the party.
He made this comment on the morning political talk show on Sagani Tv dubbed, 'bieg neeya'.
"We will put our life on the line in the next general elections". He said.
He insisted that there was a problem with the 2020 general elections. He also accused the EC of being 'in bed' with the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP).
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