Mahama Files New Motion At The Supreme Court Asking EC Chair To Admit To Errors In Her Declaration

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John Mahama of NDC fame has filed a motion at the Supreme Court asking that EC Chairperson admits she made errors during her declaration of the just-ended election results.

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Thus, the former President who lost the December 7 elections is at the apex court seeking to set the results aside.

The court is due to hear the matter on Tuesday, January 19, 2020. Mr Mahama wants the Apex court to direct the EC Chairperson to admit to certain facts.

Mahama also wants the EC Chairperson Jean Mensa to admit that she has since not made any other declaration of results.

He further wants the EC Chairperson to admit that the figures and percentages announced by her during this declaration if collated will come to 100.3% instead of 100%.

He finally wants the EC Chairperson to admit that the subsequent correction of results in statements issued by the EC is different from what candidates obtained as captured in the summary of results sheets published by the EC.

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