Former Central Regional Chairman for the National Democratic Congress, Allotey Jacobs has stated that the allegations former President, John Dramani Mahama levelled against electoral commission of Ghana may be true.
Former President John Dramani Mahama has stated that the electoral commission of Ghana printed about one million ballots papers for the New Patriotic Party to defeat NDC in the last election. John Mahama also stated that soldiers forced electoral commission of Ghana workers to declare election results in favor of the NPP party.
Allotey Jacobs was asked to made his views known on the issues trending in the country when speaking on peace FM morning show hosted by Kwame Sefa Kayi today, Wednesday, 20th October, 2021.
He stated that if John Mahama accused Electoral Commission of Ghana for printing one million ballots papers for NPP, it may be true and he don't have anything against what he said based on how the election went.
Allotey Jacobs also said that if John Mahama and the NDC said soldiers were used to forced electoral commission of Ghana to declare results in favor of the NPP, it maybe true and he won't argue about that because of what happened in the last election which is supposed not to happened.
When Kwame Sefa Kayi questioned him whether he had something to say about John Mahama himself, Allotey Jacobs stated that he had nothing to say about John Mahama for now because electoral commission of Ghana has not respond to what John Mahama said which is trending in the country.
His reactions towards what John Mahama said did not shows that he support John Mahama although he may agree with him on that.
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