Earlier today, former President John Mahama started his Thank You Tour of the North. The visit started with the Upper East Region where he is expected to visit and thank the people for their tremendous support in the last held general elections. it can be recalled that John Mahama polled over 6 million votes to place second behind President Akufo-Addo.
The Thank You Tour started with a stopover at the studio of URA Radio in Bolgatanga. In his interview, John Mahama was asked the way forward for the proposed NDC reforms for the EC since the latter had refused to accept the reforms until it is tabled before IPAC. John Mahama gave a simple answer and insisted that he had ordered that the letter be sent again to the EC which is the mother body of IPAC.
“The right place to send the letter is the Electoral Commission. And they can table it at IPAC. But you can’t say take your letter to IPAC. Who is IPAC? Well, we have presented it. I have asked them to send it to them (EC) again and address it as IPAC c/o Electoral Commission. Whoever IPAC is they should give it to that person. These things must be done by consensus” John Mahama said.
He explained that from what had happened he and the NDC have come to realize that the battle for power was on the grounds and not the Supreme Court. He mentioned that the NDC was united as ever and will wrestle power from the NPP in 2024. The NDC have consistently refused to accept the results of the 2020 elections claiming it was flawed and skewed to favour the ruling government.
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