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Which Of The Results Do We Place value On – Asiedu Nketia


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Johnson Asiedu Nketiah popularly known as General Mosquito, who is the  General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

He happens to be one of the long serving members of the NDC, and have been very active during the 2016 and 2020 general elections.

In one of their press conferences after the Electoral Commission issued out a follow up results from the initial one it declared on Wednesday, he expressed his view on that by saying;

“Indeed, immediately after our rejection, the Commission itself, for the first time in the history of this country, had to go back to recalculate the results and have since brought figures to contradict their earlier declaration, which they claim to be the final declaration.

So, let’s ask ourselves: of what value was either the initial declaration or the follow-up declaration. Which of the results do we place value on?

The truth of the matter is that none of the two represents the reality and we want to send notice to them that presidential election results are declared at the polling stations and the primary document is the pink sheets and if they doubt our resolve, let them know that we have our pink sheets ready.

We are aware of efforts by the National Security to belatedly go round to try and manufacture pink sheets to suit the answers that have been given. They have announced the results and by their own computations, you realise that the sum total of the figures they themselves have given are not consistent with the 100 per cent they have indicated.”


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