According to him, the EC must publish all details regarding its investigations into the hacking of its transmission process for the duration of the previous elections.
This, he stated, is very vital in get to restore voter confidence and to advertise transparency heading into the 2020 common elections.
Mahama created the comment through a presentation at the Saïd Business University, Oxford University, organised in collaboration with the African Reports Centre and the Oxford Africa.
“As I speak, I am not conscious that the Electoral Commission has carried out any investigation into what compromised their IT process. And even if they have, we the stakeholders, the political parties, have not been briefed on what prompted the corruption of the process,” he claimed.
“In the fascination of transparency, it is important for Ghanaians to have an understanding of what occurred ahead of we go into a different election.”
All through the 2016 elections, the EC struggled to declare the results, a apparent 12 hours just after voting experienced closed.
The EC chair at the time, Charlotte Osei subsequently broke her silence with an excuse that their methods had been compromised for which rationale she could not continue on with the electronic transmission of the success.
Even though she did not expose what triggered the compromise, she introduced that the digital transmission of the effects was being ditched for the handbook course of action.
The Fee also took to Twitter to condemn what it claimed had been tries to assault its web page.