The National Democratic Congress (NDC) will officially challenge the results of the 2020 elections on Wednesday, December 30, 2020.
A member of the NDC legal team, Rockson Nelson Defeamekpor hinted on JoyNews’ political programme Newsfile that the party will challenge both the presidential and parliamentary elections.
‘We’ll go to court. We’ve made that clear… Certainly, by Wednesday, all these matters would be placed before the court’, he said on Saturday.
The opposition party and its presidential candidate John Mahama have rejected the results of December 7 polls as declared by the Electoral Commission (EC).
They have accused the EC of rigging the election in favour of the ruling New Patriotic Party.
Close to two weeks now, supporters and sympathisers of the NDC have numerous street protests over the declaration of Nana Akufo-Addo as President-elect in the just-ended polls.
The NDC is going to court on December 30. The date is the last day of the mandated 21-days given under electoral laws for any aggrieved party in the election to file a legal challenge of the process. How will it end?
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