On Thursday, December 17, 2020, some aggrieved supporters of the NDC massed up on the road of the Electoral Commission (EC) headquarters to protest towards the election results declared in favour of the New Patriotic Social gathering (NPP).
Clad in black and crimson apparel, the angry NDC supporters are chanting war songs and hoisting placards to express their displeasure.
The supporters want the Chairperson of the EC, Jean Mensa to declare the outcomes in favour of John Mahama since they claim the EC rigged the elections.
Right after the polls, the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council identified as for quiet amid ongoing article-election agitations.
The council said that they have noticed developments in the political environment that borders on the peace, stability, and balance of the country soon after the December 7 presidential election.
John Mahama in a statement recommended the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) “for the recognition of protests as an instrument of democratic expression.”
He reported: “Elections can be emotive…the EC’s incompetent dealing with of the Dec 7 poll leaves a sour taste in the mouths of all patriotic citizens.”
“It is significant to hold the EC accountable to ensure that it purifies itself and rises once again to be the leading electoral overall body on our continent, Africa.
“I nevertheless urge all who really feel outraged by the EC’s perform to manifest their displeasure in a manner that is peaceful,” he added.