NDC protesters storm EC office; demand Mahama declared President

NDC protesters
NDC protesters

Some NDC protesters believed to be members of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have today December 17, 2020, stormed the office of the Electoral Commission of Ghana to compel to declare John Dramani Mahama as the President-elect of the country.

The protesters are reported to have stormed the EC office at about 8:00 am Thursday morning.

According to the protesters, until Mahama is declared as President, the country will know no peace.

Although Police at the office of the Electoral Commission are trying their best to ward them off with hot water and paper spray, the protesters, in turn, are pelting stones at them.

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The protesters numbering over one hundred seem adamant and will not leave the Ridge office of the Electoral Commission.

The NDC and its leader John Mahama have given a strong indication that they will not accept the results for the 2020 elections.

According to the opposition party, they will need an independent audit of the results as declared by the electoral commission and if the audit proves that the NDC lost the election, they will walk away.

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