‘Freedom And Justice’ Are In Short Supply In Ghana – John Mahama
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Ghana's former President in the person of Mr. John Dramani Mahama has emphatically stated for the record that; ‘freedom and justice’ are in short supply in Ghana. His comment comes in the wake of the final judgement, given by the Supreme Court yesterday regarding the case of the NDC versus the EC.
In the said ruling, the Supreme Court has ruled to disallow the current voter’s ID card to be used as proof of identity in the planned voter’s registration compilation process, scheduled for early next month by the Electoral Commission. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
In the said ruling, the Supreme Court's panel granted three(3) of the initial suit which bothers on the use of the current voters’ ID card as proof in the Electoral Commission's planned compilation process which was subject to the prevailing C.I 126.
Meanwhile, the established C.I 126 disapproves of using the current voters’ ID card as a form of identity proof to be accepted in the upcoming new register compilation process planned by the EC.
Commenting on the final judgement of the matter, Mr. John Dramani Mahama specified to the NDC's supporter groups who besieged the party’s headquarters on the evening of 25/06/2020, Thursday, stating emphatically that the decision of the Supreme Court was disappointing. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
He however implored well meaning Ghanaians to partake in the planned registeration process in massive turnouts when the period is finally due for the registration exercise to commence. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
John Mahama however assured the party faithfuls who turned out at the party's headquarters that, the NDC will however surely win the upcoming December 7 elections whether there be a new voters' register or not.