Withdraw the election petition and let’s focus on 2024 – Concerned Youth Of NDC to Mahama

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The Concerned Youth of the National Democratic Congress, (NDC), is calling on John Mahama to immediately withdraw the election petition case at the Supreme Court.

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According to a statement issued and signed by Elikem Agbenyegah, leader of the Group, the live broadcast from the television and radio stations could be used to educate the general public on the COVID 19 pandemic.

“But we have decided to waste this precious airtime on this election petition which has no merit. This airtime could be commercialized to generate enough revenue for these television and radio stations,” it said.

“It would be very prudent on our party to withdraw the case to save the sinking image of our party. When you follow the court proceedings, all the applications brought to the court by the petitioner has been dismissed which indicate that we don’t have a case.

The best option available to us now is to withdraw the case and begin to organize ourselves for the 2024 presidential and parliamentary election because it is clear that there is no way we would win this case” it said.

Currently, most of our party chieftains are of the view that the election petition case should be withdrawn.

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