- Henry Nana Boakye says the NDC is just disturbing the peace of the Supreme Court with their election petition
- According to Nana B as he is affectionately called, the petition carries no water
- He said the petition was rather talking about the mistake of Jean Mensa during the declaration of the final presidential results
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The National Youth Organizer for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Henry Nana Boakye seems not to be pleased with the election petition case of the opposition National Democratic Congress.
According to him, the NDC is just disturbing the peace of the Supreme Court with their election petition case.
Nana B who is one of the spokespersons for President Akufo-Addo’s legal team in the NDC’s petition at the Supreme Court, said the petition carries no water.
In a report filed by PeaceFM, Nana Boakye said that the NDCs petition never contested the elections conducted in any of the polling stations.
"The petition by the NDC carries no water. In fact the election was conducted in over 38,000 polling stations and if you look at the over 38,000 polling stations, the NDC has not attacked any of the elections conducted in any of these polling stations,” he indicated.
He said in the 35-paragraph petition of the NDC to the Supreme Court, he did not see even a paragraph attacking the conduct of the election in any of the polling stations.
Nana B said the petition was rather talking about the mistake of Jean Mensa during the declaration of the final presidential results.
In other news, President Nana Akufo-Addo has prayed the Supreme Court to throw out John Dramani Mahama’s election petition.
Mahama, the presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), in the 2020 general polls refused to concede defeat in the elections.
Akufo-Addo dismissed it as “incompetent, devoid of substance and does not measure up to the legal criteria for an action.”
The president further argued that the petition failed to prove any attack on the credibility of the 2020 polls, which was held throughout the 38,622 polling stations and 311 special voting centres across the country.
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