- A group of supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has demonstrated against former president John Mahama
- They were seen displaying placards with inscriptions such as "Mahama is destroying the NDC"
- It is not currently known what caused the group to take this action against Mahama
- The NDC seems to be facing some issues since the 2020 Elections did not go in the party's favour
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A group of NDC supporters hit the street to demonstrate against former president John Mahama, who was also the party’s flagbearer in the 2020 Elections.
In photos fast spreading on social media, the supporters are seen displaying placards with ‘wild inscriptions’ about Mahama.
Some of the placards read: “The NDC does not belong to Mahama”, “Mahama is destroying the NDC,” “We want accountability now”, among others.
It is not known yet what led the group to demonstrate against the former president who polled over six million votes for the party in the last election.
Eventually, the case was thrown out as it was described as one lacking merit.
The court, therefore, emphasised that President Akufo-Addo is thus the winner of the elections.
In other news, the NDC has expelled its former Central Regional Chairman of the party, Allotey Jacobs.
Allotey Jacobs has been sacked upon recommendations by the party's Disciplinary Committee following a case of misconduct and anti-party behaviour brought against him.
In a statement on Tuesday, March 23, 2021, General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia explained that the party's Disciplinary Committee found Allotey Jacobs guilty of the above-mentioned offences and recommended his immediate expulsion.
Allotey Jacobs had been on suspension from the party for many months following his attitude.
His expulsion brings an end to his long service to the party which dates back to the days of J.J. Rawlings as a military leader even before he formed the NDC in 1992.
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