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This Is What John Mahama Wants If He Wins The 2020 Election Petition Case Against The EC

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A petition against the electoral commission was filed by the former president and flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) alleging that he was cheated by the head of the electoral commission, Ms. Jean Mensa. He argued that no candidate received more than 50 per cent of the total valid votes cast, as required by Article 63(3) of the 1992 Constitution, according to the results announced by Ms. Jean Mensa on December 9, 2020.

During today’s court hearings, the NDC filed a motion demanding that the EC Chair admit flaws in the election results during the second hearing of the 2020 election petition in the supreme court. Mr. John Mahama‘s legal representation involves Tony Lithur, headed by Tsatsu Tsikata, trying very hard to show that no candidate earned over fifty percent of the valid votes cast.

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As the president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-addo has to swear, but it seems that his opponent John Mahama does not give up on questioning the verdict of the Supreme Court‘s 2020 general election. The main reason John Dramani Mahama is challenging the electoral commission in court is that, with all his facts, he wants to show that no candidate obtained more than fifty percent of the total valid votes cast from their data.

Therefore, the petitioner, John Mahama, would ask the Supreme Court to order the EC to hold a second election (run-off) between him (Mahama) and President Akufo-Addo if he wins the 2020 election petition in the supreme court, since no candidate won the 2020 presidential election in his (Mahama’s) calculation.

Source:www.GhanaCNN.com

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Take Your Dumsor Away From Kumasi – Popular Asante Chief Tells Akufo Addo’s Government

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Take Your Dumsor Dumsor Away From Kumasi - Popular Asante Chief Tells Akufo Addo's Government

The good people of the Garden City for the past two days have been in darkness for reasons best known to the energy providers. This has forced those from the clergy to make a statement on the said subject.

Odeneho Nana Osei Asuo who remains the chief for the good people of Ensiasem in the Ashanti region of Ghana while speaking on Kumasi-based Zuria FM has added his voice on the recent power cuts as he called on the government to stop the needless power cuts in the Kumasi Metropolis and the Ashanti Region in general.

While speaking on the negative impact of the current power cuts in the region, Nana Asuo called on the president and all those involed to seek to it that power is stabilize in the region since the region remains a business hub.

“It’s quite worrying to see to that a good deal of business may collapse from the recent power cuts and also get electronic gadgets of those into business spoiled…They should take your dumsor dumsor away from Kumasi. It will collapse businesses, the government must be told…” -he said.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Domelevo To Hold ‘Retirement’ Thanksgiving Service After Akufo Addo Forced Him To Retire

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Domelevo To Hold ‘Retirement’ Thanksgiving Service On Wednesday

Former Auditor General Daniel Domelevo will arrange a thank-you service on Wednesday, 10 March 2021 to mark the end of his term at the Auditor General’s Office.

Daniel Domelevo was forced to retire by the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, after leaving for 167 days.

The President stated in a letter that his records indicated that he was due to retire in June 2020 and therefore thanked him for his services to the government.

Mr. Dumelevo will arrange service of thanksgiving to Christ, the King Catholic Church, to mark the end of the age and its service to the land.

The ceremony, which will take place at 4:00 p.m., will see family and friends celebrating the man responsible for fighting corrupt government officials.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Dumsor Is Back: Kumasi In Dumsor For Solid 8 Hours

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According to the aggrieved residents, it’s better to have a timetable for the power rationing if ‘dumsor’ is back.

Many communities across the Ashanti Region with Kumasi as it’s capital have been facing unannounced interruption of their power supply.

This has led to several complaints against Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), who have in turn blamed Gridco for the situation.

“This is the same way dumsor started in Mahama’s administration so I’m convinced dumsor is back,” an angry tailor in Kumasi told Utimate FM.

“All that I need now is a time table so I can plan my life. I’m tired of ECG’s lies and blame game on Gridco.”

Meanwhile, other residents in Kumasi have also called for a load-shedding so that they can plan ahead.

Source: wwww.GhanaCNN.com

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