- Mzbel has averred that the 2020 presidential poll was stolen to favour the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP)
- The highlife singer opined that the recent melee in the legislature during the dissolution of the 7th parliament is a clear indication the NDC won the presidential election
- Mzbel sat for an interview on Asaase Radio's Between Hours hosted by Naa Ashorkor
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Ghanaian veteran singer, Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, popularly known as Mzbel, is insisting the 2020 presidential poll was rigged to favour the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Mzbel is among ardent supporters of the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) who have expressed deep mistrust of the final results of the 2020 presidential election.
Speaking on Asaase Radio's Between Hours hosted by Naa Ashorkor on Friday, January 15, the celebrated highlife singer claimed the NDC won the presidential election.
''I feel like our democracy has been thrown away somewhere because it's clear that we won the election - the presidential especially, we won,'' Mzbel asserted.
''And looking at what happened recently in parliament, it's clear that it was a stolen verdict in favour of the NPP ... what happened in parliament confirms that we have every right to [to go to court],'' she emphasised.
The 16 Years singer indicated that although she supports the NDC's decision to challenge the ''fictitious'' results of the 2020 general elections at the Supreme Court, she is skeptical about a positive outcome in favour of the party.
Mzbel, however, revealed that she has no political aspirations as she noted that she's contributing to the NDC by speaking to issues that serve the party's interest.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the Supreme Court has granted John Mahama’s request to amend some errors in his petition challenging the outcome of the 2020 presidential race.
In his petition, Mahama mistakenly asked the Court to order a rerun of the election between him and the Electoral Commission (EC) instead of President Nana Akufo-Addo.
Granting the motion for the amendment, the court held that the typographical errors sought to be corrected materially did not affect the substance of the case.
In other YEN.com.gh news, Saahene Osei, the 18-year-old son of Ghanaian millionaire, Osei Kwame Despite, has served his teaming fans with stunning photos adorned in exquisite designer wear.
The young fashionista is very deliberate with his fashion choices and has also become relaxed in front of the camera in his recent appearances.
In some new photos on social media, the youngest son of Despite, captivated his followers as he was pictured donning exquisite designer attire.
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