Election Petition: The Case Will End At The ICJ And There Will Be Revoting - Ibrah One (Screenshot)
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Election Petition: The Case Will End At The ICJ And There Will Be Revoting - Ibrah One ( Screenshot)
There have been several issues before and after the 2020 general elections, the flagbear for National Democratic Congress (NDC) filed a petition against the electoral commission led by madam Jean Mensa days after declaration of the 2020 presidential election results. The supreme court of Ghana has set 42 days to settle the political issues, things are getting more interesting as we near the day of final judgement. Ghanaians are sharing their views on how the supreme court is managing the case.
Ibrahim Daouda, popularly known as Ibrah One, is one of the richest young men in Ghana, Ibrah one is popularly known of his political commentary he makes on his social media platforms. Ibrah one revealed how and where the 2020 election petition will end. "Ghanaians will welcome the final decision of the international court of justice (ICJ). Which is revoting because what happened on 7th was not voting".
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