One notable allegation Mahama made throughout his thank you tour accross the fifteen regions he had visited was the vote padding issue and electoral violence. Ghanaians had no choice but to believe the words of the former President based on his reputation as a former president.
Today, the Electoral Commission has announced a new step they have taken to expose the lies purported by the former president John Dramani Mahama. This new step was announced by the first deputy chairperson of the commission. He believed that the allegation that the Electoral Commission had printed an excess of 1 million ballots for the incumbent President was nothing but lies. As such, they have called on the police to make some investigations on this matter.
Ghanaians massively reacted to this new development. Check them out
The question is that why can't Jean Mensa come out to debunk all this allegations since she was the returning officer of the Presidential elections.
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