Jean Mensah is the current chairperson in charge of Ghana's electoral commission board. She is the brave women to stood on his girds to declared the winner for the 2020 general presidential elections to be Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo the flagbearer for the national Democratic Congress NDC.
Base on this solemn declarations from the electoral commission, it is vividly clear that the national Democratic Congress NDC are not in support if her declaration.
On this issues the NDC are not accepting the presidential elections result from the EC.
Even though it have went viral that the national Democratic Congress NDC are not in support of the results hence they have organized a series of press conference in fact pres conference upon pres conference. We have not heard any information from the NDC that they are going to petition court for this justice.
This turn many to wonder if and only if NDC national Democratic Congress has any evidence to petition their case to court.
So, if NDC are having any case at all, they need to petition court and stop the pres conference.
So, many people are of the idea that NDC has no evidence of being cheated.
So, does NDC have any evidence to petition court?
What do you have to tell us?.
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