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What Moral Right Do You Have To Advise Us To Go To Court ? – Sammy Gyamfi

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John Mahama and Sammy Gyamfi

The opposition National Democratic Congress has rejected the outcome after the announcement of electoral results, arguing the results are faulty. According to Sammy Gyamfi, the party’s communications officer, no one can force the NDC to go to court.

The Electoral Commission, according to them, worked with the ruling New Patriotic Party to steal votes in order to win President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo–Addo.

However, the NDC would not agree with the prospect of bringing their case to the courts in order to decide the fate of the case.

The party has said that it is an option to go to court to present the case of the elections they have described as flawed elections and therefore should not be enforced on them.

Sammy Gyamfi, NDC Communications Director, speaking to the press at the party’s headquarters in Accra, said the party is still collecting all the facts to support its claims.

He added that it would determine whether or not to go to court after auditing the results.

Although the NDC has the right to take legal action, Sammy Gyamfi said it also has the legal right to express its plight before the party decides to go to court.

We have the right to go to court and the right to protest against such a grave injustice as well. But whether we’re going to exercise this option or not is in our bosom,’ he said.

Sammy Gyamfi, recounting events from 2012, said when the NPP lost, they took their time before going to court to gather evidence,

He added that, relative to what they are doing now, there were more violent protests during that time.

What moral power does the NPP have to advise us to go to court?

He added that, “After we are done with our audit, the leadership will take a decision on that.” By protesting, we have done nothing contrary to the laws of the country.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Game Over: Sammy Gyamfi Must Be Very Sad After Hearing This Message From Muntaka Mubarak

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Game Over: Sammy Gyamfi Must Be Very Sad After Hearing This Message From Muntaka Mubarak

Hon Muntaka, the minority chief whip in parliament, has claimed that Sammy Gyamfi does not love the National Democratic Party (NDC) as much as he does.

The MP for Asawase constituency was responding to comments made on social media by the NDC communications officer, in which he accused the NDC caucus leadership of betraying the party for personal gain.

After Parliament passed the first batch of President Akufo-nominees, Addo’s he called the minority caucus traitors, particularly three of them who had been initially rejected by the minority.

Names like Haruna Idrissu and Mubarak Muntaka were specifically named in his statement as those who had betrayed the group. Hon Muntaka, who couldn’t sit still, reminded Sammy Gyamfi that he doesn’t love the NDC more than the minority’s leadership.

The Legislator went on to alert his fellow party member about his ignorance and disrespectful conduct.

“Don’t try to impose your obnoxious arrogance and disrespect on my domain. When did you join the campaign, and what contribution have you made by spewing nonsense against hardworking people who have kept this party alive since 1992?”

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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This Is Serious: Blakk Raster Rains Curses On Akufo-Addo Over National Cathedral

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This Is Serious: Blakk Raster Rains Curses On Akufo-Addo Over National Cathedral

The wrath of God will certainly find Prez Akufo Addo for his desire to create a Cathedral instead of providing basic facilities for Ghanaians, according to the highly opinionated Blakk Rasta.

God, he claims, cannot understand why the President insists on building a cathedral when the Ghanaian people lack access to quality health care and education.

In a virtual conversation with Bolgatanga-based A1 Radio, Blakk Rasta said it was perplexing that a Finance Minister, who is providing funds for the construction of a Cathedral, will flee the country to seek medical attention.

“We have a Finance Minister who became ill and had to go all the way to America and other places for care; why didn’t he seek treatment in that Cathedral?” Why aren’t students rushing into the cathedral in search of books and pens?”

“If a manner should fall out of the roof of the cathedral, we will understand,” he said. The long and short of it is that Nana [President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo] is enraged even by God. When people are dying, how can you create a cathedral?”

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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How Asiedu Nkatia Caused The Downfall Of NDC- Popular NDC Member Reveals

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How Asiedu Nkatia Caused The Downfall Of NDC- Popular NDC Member Reveals

The Supreme Court of Ghana rejected John Dramani Mahama’s election petition for lack of substance. Mahama is the NDC’s Presidential candidate in the 2020 election.

When Johnson Asiedu Nketia, Principal Witness One, was cross-examined, the Justices found several loopholes in his answers during the two-hour judgment given by Chief Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah last Thursday, March 4.

According to Chief Justice John Dramani Mahama, who described Johnson Asiedu Nketia as the Petitioner’s “star witness,” the Petitioner was not in court “to question the validity of the figures or data provided by the Chairperson of the 1st Respondent,” which is why in his testimony, he did not include any data to refute that of the 1st Respondent.”

“His assertion was that the Chairperson’s initial figures contained errors, which his party, the NDC, pointed out in a letter addressed to the Chairperson on the 9th of December, 2020, prior to the declaration,” he continued. The 1st Respondent, on the other hand, did not invite them to participate in correcting the incorrect figures or data, but did so unilaterally, in violation of articles 23 and 296(a) and (b) of the 1992 Constitution.”

Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah then read exchanges between the petitioner and the second respondent, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, who explained why the judge refused to order a re-run.

The Petitioner presented John Asiedu Nketia, Dr Michael Kpessa-Whyte, and Robert Joseph (Rojo) Mettle-Nunoo as witnesses, but the Supreme Court of Ghana dismissed Dr Kpessa-and Whyte’s Rojo Mettle-testimonies Nunoo’s as “fanciful stories.”

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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