The National Democratic Congress may still be battling with a case of denial as one of their Deputy National Organisers, Captain (Rtd) Joshua Hamidu Akamba is denying claims that the party lost the 2016 elections to the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
According to Ultimate FM, Captain (Rtd) Akamba insists that details of collation sheets obtained from the various collation centres put the NDC ahead of the NPP indicating that the party is currently analyzing the details and will soon come public with its findings.
“A team is working on the collation sheets and when we are done, we will make the findings public so Ghanaians will know what went wrong…But we would also want Ghana to move forward. We will not organize a demonstration at Obra Spot to hold this country at ransom… So for us as a party, we will come out and make our findings clear to Ghanaians, state our position on the matter and what we want is that, we want Ghana to move forward,” he said.
The NDC deputy organiser is optimistic the party will stage a strong comeback to take back power from the NPP in 2020 and will not hit the streets in protest despite its findings.