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"Let's call a spade, a spade" -A Plus sends strong message to EC & Nana over their witness statement

The election is over but it's not over yet, due to the petition filed to the supreme court by John Dramani Mahama and his legal team, declaring neither him nor Nana Addo had 50 per cent in the election and the supreme should order the electoral commission to conduct a re-run of 2020 election.

The election petition proceedings have started already, “on 20th of this month which was the 4th times the court sat on the case, they ordered all the parties to filed for witness statement within the specific time given”.

To be faithful with you the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the Electoral Commission (EC) have filed their witness statement to the supreme court yesterday. “In their statement, they all concluded the motion filed by the leader of NDC should be dismissed, which leaves a sour taste in the mouth of Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known in Ghana as Kwame A Plus.”

In an interview he had with Joy Prime revealed we should “call a spade a spade”, what EC and NPP legal team has filed in their witness statement is wrong and the supreme court shouldn’t buy it. They should all face the law until the truth about the election petition will be out. He added Ghanaians are waiting to clear their doubt on the true winner of 2020 election.

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