EC’s credibility is on the line; That’s not good for our democracy – Umaru Sanda Amadu

Mr. Umaru Sanda Amadu
Mr. Umaru Sanda Amadu

A Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist, News producer and International Corespondent of Citi TV and FM Mr. Umaru Sanda Amadu has dented the integrity of Electoral Commission of Ghana under the supervision of Mrs. Jean Mensa, its chairperson,. According to him, the EC’s credibility is on the line and that’s not good for the rich democracy of Ghana.

Mr. Umaru added, he has said earlier, that it is a big enough deal for a man who once conceded defeat even with incumbency advantage, to be disputing the verdict of the Electoral Commission.

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“Can Jean Mensah and her team take to tv and explain to us how/why they declared the seat for the NPP?” He asked.

Umaru Sanda, in a statement has agreed with the National Democratic Congress’s position for winning the Techiman South Constituency Parliamentary seat. He has disclosed that, “The pink sheets the NDC presented from Techiman South look authentic. And per the party’s public collation, it seems to have won that seat although the EC declared otherwise”

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“The EC’s credibility seems to be on the line and that’s not good for our democracy. It is in the Commission’s interest to clear the air and if it has made an error like the NDC says, it should correct so we move.” He explained.

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Finally, he expressed disappointment in the Electoral Commission’s decision to embark on a month Christmas break in the midst of numerous protests against the results declared by Mrs. Jean Mensa. “As for the decision of the EC to go on vacation in the face of all the agitations and disputes, I can’t think far!” He said.



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