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Election 2024: We will not go to court again-Opare Addo

George Opare Addo, the National Youth Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), says his party will not challenge electoral results in the Supreme Court.

He explained that the NDC had previously gone to the Supreme Court to dispute the results of the 2020 elections due to inconsistencies in the results announced by the Electoral Commission.

However, the party has decided not to pursue this course of action again, as they do not believe they will receive justice from the Supreme Court. Mr. Addo maintained that the NDC was confident in their collated results in the 2020 elections.

In order to avoid going to court, the NDC will monitor all polling stations and collation centers across the country until the final results are counted and declared by the Electoral Commission.

Mr. Addo made these comments during a capacity-building workshop and retreat for constituency youth organizers and regional youth working committee members, while speaking to Info Radio in Wa.

“But, yes we said we are not going back to court because we believe that the court has not dealt with processes very fair,” he stated.

“When the Electoral Commissioner, who run the elections and changed the results four times, is not allowed to mount the dock in court and answer to why the results changed and anybody sits anywhere and assumes that we will go back to court, I am assuring you we are not going to go back to court.”

“Elections are won at polling stations and we will make sure that come 7th December every agent we deploy will come back with our pink sheets and make sure the results are declared there,” he added.

He added that a vote for the NDC in the 2024 election is a vote for prosperity and a party that cares for the future of young people in Ghana.

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