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‘I Didn’t Go To Supreme Court To Overturn Akufo-Addo’s Victory, I Went To Calm My Angry Supporters – Mahama Makes Shocking Revelation

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Flagbearer of the NDC for the 2020 election, John Dramani Mahama has made a shocking disclosure about his decision to head to the Supreme court after the 2020 polls.

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The NDC, after the declaration of President Akufo-Addo as winner of the 2020 polls, claimed that they had been robbed by the EC Chair, Madam Jean Mensah.

Despite the serious allegations of voter fraud, the NDC did not readily provide any hard evidence whenever they were confronted.

Eventually, the Party headed to the Supreme Court in a manner which many described as a fruitless venture since the Party could not produce their independently collated results to dispute that of the EC.

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The NPP especially had accused the NDC Flagbearer, John Mahama of heading to court just to deflate attention from his incompetence at managing his own election fortunes, in order to direct the anger of his disappointed supporters unto the EC.

Well, after 8 months, Mr John Dramani Mahama has finally confirmed the assertions of the NPP.

According to the former president, who is currently on a thank you tour of the country, he went to court to calm the tempers of his disappointed supporters.

Mr Mahama noted that after the Supreme Court delivered it’s verdict, it fostered unity in the Party even though the verdict did not go in the Party’s favor.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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