Just some few days ago as the chair person for electoral commission declared Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo as the president elect by Ghanaians.
The electoral commission chair person by Name Jean Mensah declared this result without adding that of Techiman south vote cast.
As far as this declaration is concerned, this did not go well with the great members of the national Democratic Congress NDC and they are of the view that they will petition appropriated channel's to address their grievances.
Despite all this situations, a video is now circulating on social media as a group of women who are suppose to be supporters of the national Democratic Congress NDC were in heavy tears as they mourn over the defeat of John Dramanai Mahama in the 2020 general elections.
In fact, this women could not prevent their tears from flowing. They keep crying and wailing all because John Dramani Maham have lose the 2020 elections.
Below is the link to the video of these women crying and mourning.
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