The flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress filed a Petition at the Supreme Court challenging the results delivered by the EC on the 2020 polls. He was challenging that, no candidate in the 2020p presidential election secured the required votes to be declared as the winner of the election, therefore, the court should order the EC to organize a run-off between Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo and him.
The petition filed by the Petitioner, Former President John Dramani Mahama following the declaration made by the EC on 9th December 2020 has been dismissed by the Supreme Court. From the court, it cannot rule and order the electoral commission to organize a run-off because the Petitioner was not able to provide vivid evidence against the EC. Also, the court ruled that all the witnesses of the Petitioner were not able to provide evidence against the EC so the case is dismissed.
Is the flag bearer for the National Democratic Congress going to the International Court of Justice as he hinted few days ago. What are your views on the ruling of the court. Drop your views in the comment box below and follow up for more information. Have a great day
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