The presidential election 2020 petition comes to it end to day as the final verdict will be given by the Judges of the Supreme Court.
In the 2020 presidential election, Former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama who was the presidential candidate for the National Democratic Congress(NDC) took the presidential election to Supreme Court as he says that his counterpart Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo Addo of the New Patriotic Party(NPP) did not get the 50% plus one so the election should be called for a run-off.
John Dramani Mahama sent the election petition to court on the month of January and was led by lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata, the chairperson of the EC was led by lawyer Justin Amenuvor and Nana Addo was also led by lawyer Akoto Ampaw.
So after all side and then in the petition in court, the court decided to give the final verdict today 4th March 2021.
We know for court issues, by all means, one person has to be the winner of the case and the other being the loser. In today's Supreme Court hearing one of the party will be the winner of the petition and all that we are arguing Ghanaians is that no matter the outcome of the ruling we should know that Ghana still stands and the love and peace that we have is what is most important.
Whether you are NPP or NDC it is Ghana that we are all fighting for and not party so we should let the peace that already exists reveal so other countries can also learn from us.
I know Ghana will win the petition.
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