- Past EC chairperson, Charlotte Osei, has made a comment on how Ghana currently is amid the post-election squabbles currently ongoing
- According to Charlotte, God is ruling over Ghana and it is a blessed nation
- This comment generated thousands of reactions from Ghanaians who were pointing to the good works of Charlotte compared to the current EC boss Jean Mensah
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Charlotte Osei, the former chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana, has made a comment on the state of Ghana amid the post-election squabbles currently ongoing in the country.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Instagram handle of the past EC boss, she indicated that Ghana is a blessed nation, quoting Psalm 33:12.
Charlotte further added,
"Thank God for Ghana. God rules over Ghana"
This statement warranted thousands of reactions from Ghanaians and generated discussions around the professional role Charlotte Osei played before she was replaced with Jean Mensah.
See some of the reactions below:
dadiez_gall indicated that:
A woman with integrity; God bless you ma’am.. what we witnessed today was distasteful some of us miss you, and we’re sure someday, you’ll serve this country again; devoid of oppression or manipulation by any government. God bless you
owurayereasiedu1 conjectured that
They made the effort, they tried very hard to create the impression in the minds of Ghanaians that you were the worst thing that happened to the office of the (Electoral Commission) EC.
Today, the evidence out there speaks amply of the brilliant and fantastic job you did and the legacy you left behind after Dr Afari Gyan.
I'm happy to report that the lady they hounded you out to replace you is nothing but a stooge and a puppet in the hands of crooks.
She still walks in your shadows mad.
myss_beth also mentioned that
From what I witnessed yesterday during the declaration, you are indeed a woman of Integrity. God Bless you
As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the Electoral Commission of Ghana took back the results of the presidential polls that was declared on December 9, 2020, after admitting it contained some errors.
A new post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the morning of Thursday, December 10, 2020, on the verified Twitter handle of the commission reveals some corrections were made.
In a statement, the Electoral Commission clearly acknowledged that the Chairperson, Mrs Jean Mensah mistakenly used 13,433,573 as the total valid votes cast, which was not the case.
John Mahama rejects 2020 elections results | #Yencomgh
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