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NPP, EC bent on plunging Ghana into a civil war – Boakye Gyan [ARTICLE]

According the Key (rtd), the scheming among the EC and the NPP ahead of the 2020 typical elections is likely to plunge the nation into a civil war.

Talking on the EC’s plans to compile a new voter’s register, Boakye Gyan explained the intrasigence of the Fee is a recipe for disaster.

He claimed the EC, having a motivation to rig the 2020 elections with the tacit help of the ruling NPP, is hell-bent on obtaining a new sign up.

“This party (NPP) won electrical power with the most important electoral margin so what has gone completely wrong?…this early morning, I overheard an NPP activist on radio boasting if elections are held today, Nana Addo will be re-elected with some a person million, 3 hundred thousand votes variance.”

See, the NPP has cooked up the figures already, they are merely wanting for the implies to legitimize their rigging by enterprise a registration training (as a result of the EC)….,” he alleged.

Jean Mensa, EC boss

Jean Mensa, EC manager

Sounding a notice of warning, he pointed out that most electoral disputes in Africa have resulted in civil wars and Ghana is not immune to it, and warned that “ought to the EC continue to toe the line of their paymasters, it will undoubtedly spell doom for this state.”

They want to beef up the numbers so they can acquire merely for the reason that they you should not have self esteem in their profitable quantities, if not, they would not tamper with it…But much more importantly…post-independence Africa, all crises and civil wars have been on the again of disputed electoral benefits. What they are carrying out now, they are driving us into a civil war and if they want it, they will get it,” he screamed.

“…it is political motivation that led to the dismissal of Madam Jean Mensah as the EC Chairperson by the present administration.”

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