The Former President John Dramani Mahama has stated that the largest opposition party, the NDC has no confidence in Dr Bossman Asare, the Deputy Chairman of Ghana's Electoral Commission as far as fairness of the 2024 general elections is concerned. He disclosed this in an interview on TV XYZ.
Mr. Mahama stated that the Deputy EC Chair's response to some issues raised by him [Mr. Mahama] seems like the Deputy EC Chair has a grudge with him [Mr. Mahama] and the largest opposition party, the NDC.
Mr. Mahama explained that they know the track record of the Deputy EC Chairman which dates back to his schooling days at University of Ghana (UG). The Former President added that the Dr. Bossman Asare is a member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and was a patron of the party back in his days at UG.
However, the Former President asserted that the NDC has confidence in the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mrs. Jean Adukwei Mensa. He added that she has the ultimate responsibility and as such she must put her foot down and ensure that the right thing is done.
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