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Collins Dauda Told Me NDC Rigged 2012 Election – Kennedy-Agyapong Alledges



My best friend Collins Dauda told me the National Democratic Congress(NDC) rigged 2012 elections, Assin Central lawmaker, Kennedy-Agyapong has alleged.

According to Kennedy-Agyapong in an interview on Asempa FM he alleged that he has evidence to the effect that the NDC rigged 2012 elections because his good friend, Collins Dauda told him that’s what they will do.

“Collins Dauda is my good friend and he told me point blank that they will rig the election in 2012. He said all the noise we are making was pointless because they were going to win the election with ease and true to his word, they won. So we can’t trust the old voters’ register.”

He said the National Democratic Congress connived with STL; the company that handled data and other Information Technology issues for the Electoral Commission and therefore bloated the electoral roll by 1.5 million votes.

“The Israelis who helped compile the existing register cannot be trusted so it has to be changed. The old register is bloated by 1.5 million votes and I’ve evidence to that effect.”

He said this gave the NDC upper hand in the voting process because before the country started voting they will be leading by 1.5 million votes.

The Electoral Commission of Ghana has insisted that it will compile a new voters’ register as Ghana laces her boot ahead of 2020 elections. This decision by the EC has been vehemently opposed by the National Democratic Congress.

Source: GhanaFeed

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