“Going to court is an option and our right and we shall consider that after auditing our results.” These were the words of Sammy Gyamfi, the Communications Director of the NDC.
Speaking at a press briefing by the party in Accra today, Sammy Gyamfi said the party is not in a rush to go to court and will not kowtow to the demand by their opponent or the public for them to seek legal address.
According to the vociferous communicator, demonstrating and protesting against election results is an enshrined right while going to court is an option thus they are not in a rush to do the latter if the former addresses their issues.
“Do not tell the NDC to go to court because you are not our advisors. Going to court is an option and protesting election results is a right so no one should tell us to go to court.”
“We will protest against the flawed election results today, tomorrow and the day after. We will only go to court after we are done with the auditing of our figures,” Sammy Gyamfi said.
In a related development, the NDC has won the long-disputed Sene West parliamentary seat with 16 votes bringing their total number to 137.