#MahamaHasNoCase: NPP supporters express optimism as Supreme Court rules on election petition case

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Some supporters of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) are expressing optimism as the Supreme Court continues to sit on the 2020 election petition case as submitted by former President Mahama.

Some supporters of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) are expressing optimism as the Supreme Court continues to sit on the 2020 election petition case as submitted by former President Mahama.

According to these supporters, Mahama has no case against the Electoral Commission (EC) and President Akufo-Addo which mean that the Supreme Court is not going to rule in his favour.

Pushing their views with the hashtag (#MahamaHasNoCase), these supporters believe the 2020 election was free and fair and Ghanaians rightfully and legitimately elected President Akufo-Addo, therefore, Mahama should not think of having the entire election overturned in the Supreme Court.

Wildflower wrote: Statement 6: ”The petition does not disclose any attack on the validity of the election held throughout the 38,622 polling stations &311 special voting Centres, or any of the processes in conducting an election’’-Mac Manu, Witness, lawful Attorney of @NAkufoAddo #MahamaHasNoCase

Gaddafi wrote: It’s been 47 days since the EC declared Nana as President and John Mahama’s NDC has still not provided any evidence to support their claims of a rigged election. #MahamaHasNoCase

Jojo Stephen wrote: President Akufo-Addo is the legitimate President of the Republic of Ghana. John Mahama is in court for his 2024 agenda. #MahamaHasNoCase #PetitionOfErrors

Christian Boahen wrote: Any idiot can go to court has proven that some “idiots” can be clueless and confuse at the same time. #MahamaHasNoCase

Edward Amponsah wrote: The law court deals with facts, evidence & justice. It’s not a court of propaganda & the petitioner must know that he doesn’t have a case to turn the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. The 2nd respondent won fair & square by over 500,000 votes difference! #MahamaHasNoCase

Mr Mahama is currently in court challenging the outcome of the 2020 presidential election as declared by the Electoral Commission. He is asking the Supreme Court to quash the election and call for a re-run between himself and the sitting president.

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