2020 Elections: Ghana's peace, unity, and safety my utmost priority - Akufo-Addo declares

2020 Elections: Ghana's peace, unity, and safety my utmost priority - Akufo-Addo declares

- The president has signed a peace pact to ensure peaceful elections on December 7

- He vowed to accept the verdict of the Ghanaian people

- This is his third time participating in the peace pact event

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President Akufo-Addo, on Friday, December 4, 2020, pledged to accept the outcome of the country’s general elections.

The elections will take place on Monday, December 7, 2020.

Speaking at the 2020 Peace Pact ceremony in Accra, the president said he believed in elections and happily vowed to “accept the verdict of the people of Ghana.”

“Above all, I pledge that the peace, unity and safety of Ghana will be our primary consideration,” he added.

This is the third time he is participating in the ceremony.

2020 Elections: Ghana's peace, unity, and safety my utmost priority - Akufo-Addo declares
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2020 Elections: Ghana's peace, unity, and safety my utmost priority - Akufo-Addo declares
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Without mincing words, the president further added that every improvement that had brought more widespread credibility to Ghana’s electoral process had been instigated by the NPP.

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Meanwhile, Former President John Dramani Mahama reportedly set up a fake company in Ghana to collect the bribes being paid by Airbus, YEN.com.gh has gathered.

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This was revealed at a news conference in Accra on Friday, December 4, 2020, by the NPP.

Addressing the presser, the deputy campaign manager of the NPP, Mustapha Abdul Hamid, said Ghana was singled out in the scandal because of the “impunity linked to Mahama’s determination to continue cashing in on bribes in the face of international exposure.

In a separate development, Mahama on Thursday promised to pay the locked principals of Menzgold customers if he’s elected president of Ghana in the December 7 elections.

The Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC) shut down the gold dealership firm in 2018.

The firm was trading in gold collectibles with guaranteed returns to clients which constitutes, in essence, dealing in securities with neither the necessary license nor disclosures authorised by the Commission.

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Earlier this year, the embattled gold dealership firm began repaying the locked of funds of its customers only to halt the exercise with days.

The suspension of the payment was because the CEO of the defunct company was traumatised following the picketing at his private residence by some of the aggrieved clients on Wednesday, January 8, 2020.

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