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When Are The Issues Between EC And NDC Going To End?

The seem to be issues going on between the National Democratic Congress, NDC and the Electoral Commission of the Republic of Ghana, which is not ending anytime sooner. These issues are believed to have started way back before the Election 2020 was even conducted.

The National Democratic Congress, NDC seems to be against the credibility of the Electoral Commission, since its operation and that seems to be the reason why the National Democratic Congress, NDC were not pleased with the results of the Election 2020 and thus, took the matter to the Supreme Court, for justice to be served to them.

Just recently, something also happened between the EC and the National Democratic Congress, NDC over a two-day forum organized by the Electoral Commission of Ghana. It is believed that, the National Democratic Congress boycotted the two-day forum organized by the EC due to the same issues they have, against the credibility of the Electoral Commission of Ghana.

Peter Boamah Otokunor who happens to be the Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, NDC recently even admitted that, the EC chair and her two deputies have not given them a fair treatment in any previous gatherings hence, it called for their boycott, for the 2-day forum the EC organized.

He further added that, when they smile IPAC, the EC chair will be seen angry and thus, they can even talk anyhow, and thus, they cannot smile at IPAC and even make a point at the IPAC. According to the Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, NDC Peter Boamah Otokunor, this forms part of the reason why they boycotted the two-day forum organized by the Electoral Commission of Ghana.

Taking a close look at what is going on between the EC and NDC, how can we end the issues between the two entities once and for all? Please comment here and share this article.

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