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Ghana Will Be In Trouble If Mahama And NDC Decide To Take This Move

Ghana Will Be In Trouble If Mahama And NDC Decide To Take This Move

All the 2020 election issues is being resolved by the mother court of the county, after the declaration of the 2020 presidential election results, John Mahama filed a petition at the supreme court to challenge the results and told court order the electoral commission to organise a Runoff election because according to the petitioner the election was fraud.

On the 4th February, the supreme court gave its final judgement on the election petition, reading of the judgement, the chief justice made it clear that the court has no reason to order the electoral commission to organise a runoff election.

Few hours after the declaration of the final judgement, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) led by John Mahama held a press conference to give their concerns on the decision by the supreme court, Mahama stated clearly that "As much as I am aware that we are legally bound by the decisions of the highest court of the land, the Supreme Court of Ghana, I disagree with the process of the trial and the ruling of the Supreme Court". Ghanaians don't know the next step by the NDC that's whether or not the would be heading to the international court of justice (ICJ).

Ghana will be in "trouble" if they decide to go to the ICJ because it's the country's resources of which they are going to use to finance their court issues, the country's economy is already in danger because of the covid-19 pandemic. The financial stability of the nation is not strong so if both NPP and NDC decide to the election case to the international level, Ghana will be in trouble in terms of our economy stability.

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