According to a Joy News report the errors which formed the basis for the disqualification of the Progressive People Party presidential aspirant have increased from 1 to 105.
Lawyer for the PPP flagbearer Ayikoi Otoo confirmed this to Myjoyonline.com hours after the EC had been directed to allow all presidential aspirants to correct all infractions on their presidential nomination forms.
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the ElectoralCommission extend its nomination period to November 8 to allow all the 12 aspirants who have been disqualified on the basis of errors on their nominations to correct all those anomalies.
The EC disqualified these 12 presidential aspirants citing infractions ranging from acts of fraud, registration irregularities and recklessness on the part of the aspirants and their endorsers.
For the PPP flagbearer he was disqualified because one of his endorsers, Richard Aseda was deemed to have endorsed the candidate in the Central Region, as well as in the Volta Region, contrary to the election regulation which allowed the endorser the right to endorse in only one district.