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Gabby Otchere-Darko Teases NDC’s ‘Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss’ Says He Deserves A Nobel Prize

The founder of Danquah Institute, Gabby Otchere- Darko has sarcastically taken to Facebook to celebrate the Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss of the NDC, the man purported to be responsible for the NDC’s petition at the Supreme Court.

According to a post by the owner of Asaase Radio, John Mahama and legal luminary, Tsatsu Tsikata banged hopes on the ingenuity of the ‘Friedrich Gauss’ who erroneously calculated the collated votes for the party as material evidence to invalidate President Akufo-Addo.

However, our checks from sources indicates that the man in the picture is one Dr. Justice Moses Ahetor, a lecturer at the University of Ghana, Legon Department of Biostatistics. He has expertise in R Programming for Statistical Computing and Graphics.

It is immediately not know how Dr Ahetor manoeuvred into the residence of the two revered political kingpins in Ghana’s democracy and what purpose he served during the 2020 general election but one can only conclude that Gabby Otchere Darko only wants to score some political marks.

Kindly read below a full text of Gabby Otchere Darko’s post.

This gentleman is the Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss of the NDC. The mathematical genius extraordinaire who, with admirable sanguinity, convinced a former president and a former legal wizard to believe that they could go to the Supreme Court and secure a runoff over a mere slip of tongue. 

Well, Gauss was famous for “managing errors in observation.” This NDC brain box observed errors in the Dec 9 declaration and cleverly calculated on the abacus of optimism that the petitioner could manage to use the errors as material votes to invalidate Akufo-Addo’s victory. 

He deserves the Nobel Prize for Phantom Statistics! Join me petition Oslo.

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