The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has served notice that it’ll not be passive in the resolution of conflicts that may arise in the course of the 2020 general elections.
Director of elections for the NDC, Elvis Afriyie Ankrah decried the outcome of the 2020 polls insisting it was rigged by the Electoral Commission together with the ruling NPP.
He also slammed the court hearing; citing the decision of the judges to prevent the EC Chairperson from being cross-examined.
He noted that in the 2024 general election, the NDC will not hesitate to deploy all available means to settle the elections without resorting to the courts.
“So if you have a Supreme Court that will not create the conditions for the truth to come out, no wonder they’ll come out to say that it was very transparent despite the issues that went on. That is why we are saying that okay, 2024 we have learnt our lessons, and we’ll not go to court. We’ll settle it. Whatever, anyway, anyhow …” Mr. Afriyie Ankrah remarked.