1m backdoor ‘ballots’ NPP’s victory but ‘fleeing’ Jean Mensa lying 2020 elections ‘best ever’- Mahama
Ex-President John Mahama says an additional one million voting papers which were printed for the 2020 general elections through the backdoor at the blindside of the biggest opposition party, were thumb-imprinted solely by Jean Mensa-led Electoral Commission to stamp New Patriotic Party’s questionable and stolen verdict.
“More than an additional 1,000,000 polling papers were printed, which the EC asserted occurred accidentally yet upon the conduct of 2020 polls, a portion of the more than an additional 1,000,000 voting form papers had effectively been subtly thumb-imprinted for the NPP”, Mr Mahama affirmed when he tended to the Divisional Chief of Prestea Himan, Nana Nteboah Prah, as of late, as a feature of his Thank You visit through the Western Region.
“Also, thus, this load of things marked the believability of the 2020 elections and caused a humiliation”, the 2020 NDC presidential candidate noted.
He noticed that it was significant that everyone felt happy with the consequences of any political race yet fudging results work up a ton of doubt.
EX-President Mahama likewise whined that the manner in which the Supreme Court managed his case characterised by 7:0 and sometimes 9:0 verdict was not reasonable.
Reacting to a new statement by the EC Chair Jean Mensa at ECOWAS Parliament Summit, that the 2020 elections were the best-ever for Ghana, EX-President Mahama said: “I heard her [Jean Mensa] say ‘it’s the best political race Ghana has at any point had’ but you flee from investigation at the Supreme Court”.
“Things being what they are, how would you flaunt that ‘it’s the best political race has at any time ever?'”
“Assuming you trusted it’s the best political race Ghana had, you ought to have mounted the observer box to be grilled for everybody to find out that reality”.
Senior Political Science Lecturer Dr. Seidu Alidu says issues emerging from Mahama’s Thank You Tour seemed to be setting agenda for the governing party to react makes the former Ghanaian leader most popular and relevant.
According to him, although the governing NPP can’t afford to ignore Mahama’s speeches at the Thank you tour, the development if continues can only shift the attention of voters from government’s programmes, policies whilst making Mahama popular and relevant for the future if he is lacing his boots for 2024.