A member of the NDC legal team Abraham Amaliba has revealed that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is proceeding to court with the target of exposing the fraud that took place during the December 7, 2020, general elections.
Mr. Amaliba who spoke to Ngamegbulm Chidozie Stephen of Apexnewsgh.com in an exclusive interview said, the decision came as a result of the work which was concluded by the audit team put together by the party to check through the anomalies and malpractices and some violation of the country electoral laws in the December 7.
“Well, you know our flag bearer has rejected the election result and after that, he put together an audit team made of Lawyers, statisticians, accountants to audit the pink sheet. That work is concluded and that work has resulted in the NDC through some anomalies, malpractices, and some violations of our electoral laws. So, the party then took a decision that they want to go to court and have resorted a legal team to do so.”
He believes, the court is the only place to address issues such as election disagreement for the benefit of the doubt and in the radio station, trotro, or in a market place. The reason they will be going to court to present their case in a few days to come.
“In the first place, we are going to court, to expose the fraud that took place during the 7th December elections. It is important we do that because, there are people who still doubt our claims that this election was stolen and the only place to do that is in the court not in the radio stations, not on trotros, and not on the market. That is why we are going to court.
“However, Mr. Amaliba is confident that going to court, will give more confidence to the party followers who voted for NDC and as well give them the impression that the party has made efforts in fighting for their votes.
“We think that if we go to court those who voted for us some of whom are not card bearing member of the NDC would be satisfied in their minds that the NDC have tried to protect their vote and so next when we are going for election, they will definitely come along with us. The rest we will leave it to the court to judge whether or not that will mean that the NPP Akufo Addo didn’t win the election. As for the court decision, we have no control over it, but we will go and present our case strongly to the court.”
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