- Mahama has stated that in case of any violence during and after the 2020 general elections, the Electoral Commission is to be blamed
- The Electoral Commission's uncompromising attitude towards the elections could be a possible recipe for disaster
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Former president John Dramani Mahama has stated that in case of any violence during and after the 2020 general elections, the Electoral Commission is to be blamed.
According to Mahama the conduct of the Electoral Commission's uncompromising attitude towards the elections could be a possible recipe for disaster.
He made these comments in relation to the EC's insistence of conducting new voters' register for the 2020 general elections when fisherfolks paid him a courtesy call.
“....that’s why we are telling Jean Mensah and the Commission that they should be careful because this country has been living in peace before they came and so they should do anything to create chaos for us.
“If they say they won’t listen and they will go ahead with their new register plans and chaos happens, they should own up and accept responsibility,” Mahama stated.
Meanwhile, the Inter-Party Resistance against the new voters' register has presented a petition to the Jubilee House
The petition to the presidency would mean that the current and former presidents of the country have been informed of their reasons to protest the decision by the EC to compile a new register.
In other news, former president John Mahama has recounted how projects he started during his tenure in office as president have been abandoned by the Akufo-Addo-led government.
According to Class FM report, he stated that he would continue and complete all unfinished projects of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) if he wins the 2020 elections and becomes president again.
He made this known while interacting with fisherfolk from the Western Region when they paid a courtesy call on him at his office in Accra.
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