A previous Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Koku Anyidoho has said that by one week from now, the entire nation will know from the Supreme Court if the dead goat is lost, or the faltering pony "and its vulture-partners, have eaten the dead goat."
The Supreme Court will convey judgment on the political race request documented by previous president John Dramani Mahama on March 4.
In the wake of hearing on Monday, February 22, Chair of the seven-part board Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah declared that judgment will be conveyed on Thursday, March 4.
Mr Mahama, who was the Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the contested races, had carried the case to the zenith court of Ghana, imploring it to put aside an assertion of the outcomes made by the Chair of the Electoral Commission, Ghana (EC), Jean Adukwei Mensa, on Wednesday, December 9.
In a tweet, Mr Anyigodo who has been suspended from the NDC said "Did I hear from the backwoods that, for quite a while, a weak pony is griping that its dead goat is lost?
"One week from now; we will know from a Supreme Court, if the dead goat is lost, or the weak pony and its vulture-partners, have eaten the dead goat. 'E be ye pinsoooooo'."
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