Dec 7: We will not accept results of a flawed election - Mahama

Dec 7: We will not accept results of a flawed election - Mahama

- The biggest opposition party in the country, the National Democratic Congress, is celebrating its 28th anniversary since its formation in 1992

- Former President John Dramani Mahama made certain comments with regards to the upcoming December 2020 polls

- According to him, the NDC is committed to peaceful, free, fair and transparent elections in December 2020 but their commitment would not force them to accept any flaws

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The biggest opposition party in the country, the National Democratic Congress is celebrating its 28th anniversary since its formation in 1992.

In its 28 years of existence the country, the NDC can boast of 16 years of leadership.

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During the flag-raising ceremony to mark the 28th anniversary of the NDC, former president John Dramani Mahama made certain comments with regards to the upcoming December polls.

According to him, the NDC is committed to a peaceful, free, fair and transparent election in December 2020 but their commitment would not force them to accept any flaws in the outcome of the elections

"...let no one and I repeat let no one however think that, the NDC will accept the outcome of a flawed election* ...."

READ ALSO: Parliament gives EC go-ahead to use Ghana Card, Passport for identification for new register

His comments have drawn a lot of attention from Ghanaians

Dennis advised the NDC flagbearer to focus on getting a running mate.

Maxwell said Mahama talks like a child.

Yaw believes Mahama has already made up his mind to create chaos.

Hussein sided with Mahama saying, the NDC would accept nothing short of a flawless election outcome.

Sekyere believes that whatever the case would be, the NDC should just accept it in good faith.

READ ALSO: EC gives solid reasons why it is would reject existing Voter ID cards for new register

In other news, Ghana's Parliament is set to come to an agreement to allow the Electoral Commission to use the Ghana Card and Passports as the means of identification for the new voters roll.

In a 102 against a 96 decision in favor of the amendment of the Constitutional Instrument, the EC has been given the go-ahead to begin the compilation of the voters; register on June 30.

This vote also goes to say the existing voters' ID will not be valid and allowed as a means of identification to register for the new voters' register.

READ ALSO: Parliament gives EC go-ahead to use Ghana Card, Passport for identification for new register

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