Ghana Election 2020: Akufo Addo Had 49% of Votes – Haruna Iddrisu Insists

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Haruna Iddrisu

Haruna Iddrisu has maintained that President Akufo-Addo did not get the 50 plus one threshold to be declared the winner of the just-ended elections.

Speaking to Joy News, Haruna Iddrisu posited that the NDC continues to challenge the legitimacy of the President in court because the figures they have do not tally with the figures the EC declared Akufo-Addo winner.

“We are questioning the legitimacy of his election and we believe sincerely that he did not win the 2020 elections. We will soon share with you some statistics. What I do know is that, a candidate got 49.0608%, not 50 plus one as is being churned out.

“If you do a proper analysis of 275 pink sheets that are in my possession and the possession of others. And the constitution provides that you must get 50 plus one percent, and that is what we are questioning in court,” he said.

As a reminder, Haruna Iddrisu is a Ghanaian lawyer and politician who is a member of the Seventh Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing Tamale South. He is also currently the Minority Leader in Ghana’s Parliament.

 

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