Former President John Mahama has said he will fight the “flawed” election results declared by the Electoral Commission(EC).
The main opposition NDC Presidential Candidate has refused to concede defeat citing overwhelming voter fraud that dashed the hopes of clean polls in the 2020 general elections.
“It’s for this reason that my colleagues and I in the NDC will not accept what we know to be a fraudulent outcome of this election,” he noted, adding “and we’ll take all legitimate steps to reverse this travesty of justice,” he told a press conference in the capital, Accra.
Consequently, in efforts to overturn what it described as a stolen verdict, Mr. Mahama intimated that the party leadership is deploying a cracked team of lawyers from the NDC stock to lead the charge in their legal battle in both parliamentary and presidential elections.
He added: “We want to send a caution to the EC that in line with regulation 47 of C.I 127, they should ensure that the election data is preserved for one year after elections.”
He concluded: “Let me assure you my dear voter that your vote will count…”