- The Electoral Commission of Ghana has, as screenshots suggest, followed the NPP on Twitter until now
- Celebritiesbuzz.com.gh confirms to have made the observation and captured the screenshot prior to an update that has been currently made
- Checks made YEN.com.gh show that the current followers contained in the screenshot were the same as that on the verified Twitter handle of the EC, save NPP
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It has emerged that the Electoral Commission of Ghana has followed the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) until the act was recently discovered and reported on.
Celebritiesbuzz.com.gh, who confirmed to have verified and taken the screenshots, reports that the NPP was the only political party in the country among the 12 followers the EC's verified Twitter account had.
It is indicated that the EC 'quickly unfollowed' the ruling political party, as well as two other figures after the discovery was made and reported on.
Indeed, a search conducted by YEN.com.gh indicates that the EC's verified Twitter handle, at the time of this report, had nine followers which include the exact names captured along with NPP in the previous screenshot.
See initial screenshot showing NPP being followed below:
See the latest followers at the time of this report below:
This development comes amid the claims of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) that the NPP and the EC conspired to 'steal the mandate of the people'.
As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the NDC's running mate, John Dramani Mahama, stated categorically in a press statement that the election was flawed and that his party had rejected the results.
Meanwhile, 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.
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