Electoral Commission, after the supreme court ruling, finds more discrepancies in the presidential nomination forms of Progressive People's Party (PPP) Flag-bearer, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom.
Even after winning a high court ruling, winning a supreme court ruling, it seems the PPP's troubles with regards to the presidential nominations are still not over. Mere hours of the supreme court ruling in favor of the political parties, more issues cropped up.
The Electoral Commission, in a letter to the PPP, asked the political party to present one Mr. Richard Aseda who, according to the, had alleged registered and signed for the parties presidential candidate nominations in two different districts.
The letter further states, “Kindly take the requisite steps to procure the attendance of Mr. Richard Aseda (who is listed as a subscriber on pages 21 and 39 of your nomination) at the head office of the Commission, prior to the close of nomination, to confirm that he actually subscribed to your forms and the district in which he is subscribed,” the letter reads.
With the option of suing the EC now exhausted, one can't help but wonder what the PPP will do, should it end up with disqualified yet again due to more discrepancies, this especially since November 8th is supposedly the final day, according yesterday's to the supreme court ruling.