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Election Of MCE In Cape Coast: John Mahama Vindicated Over Election Fraud?

What is not expected to happen in an election has surface from an election held in Cape Coast where a total number of 63 assembly members voted to confirm MCE nominated by president Nana Akufo-Addo but the total out come of the vote turned to be shocking.

It has been reported that 63 assembly members has voted to confirm MCE nominated in Cape Coast but after counting the ballots, 77 votes we found which has shocked the entire nation.

Some people are saying that President Nana Akufo Addo has destroyed the democracy of Ghana and Ghanaians will feel it after he left office and it’s going to take Ghana years to correct what is currently happening in the country.

Some people questioned that how can 63 assembly members vote during the election of the Cape Coast MCE only for 77 Votes to be counted? People are still shock and asking that how can 63 persons vote and from no where 77 ballots are in the box?

Some people believe that it’s the same thing the NPP did on the national elections last year which led to the killing of about 9 Ghanaians across the when assembly members protest but soldiers were used to block them from exercising their rights.

People are asking that could this vindicate former President John Dramani Mahama over his accusations against electoral commission of Ghana on election fraud? Former President John Dramani Mahama alleged that the electoral commission of Ghana cheated for NPP by printing 1 million ballot papers for them and it seems what happened in Cape Coast could confirm what he alleges.

People believe that what happened at Cape Coast could mean that 2020 general elections was not free and fair and want electoral commission of Ghana to work on their mistakes before 2024 else they won't find things easy.

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