Deal of the day
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The Greater Accra Regional Chairperson of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Joseph Ade Coker, says his party will not relent in its protests against the Electoral Commission (EC) until its Chairperson, Jean Mensa resigns.

Speaking in an interview monitored by Kwasimannie.com he said, that was one of the conditions for which the NDC will consider dialoguing over its grievances from the management of the 2020 elections.

The opposition party has been cautioned against unlawful protests and urged to consider dialogue or legal action.

“We are saying first and foremost, she must resign for the crass incompetence she has shown,” Mr. Coker said.

“Let us right the wrongs first then start talking. The first wrong to right is for her to resign and then we can talk because we have lost confidence in her,” he added.

Mr. Coker was speaking after police arrested 26 of its supporters for allegedly demonstrating, unlawfully, at the headquarters of the EC.

The opposition party has been cautioned against unlawful protests and urged to consider dialogue or legal action.

“We are saying first and foremost, she must resign for the crass incompetence she has shown,” Mr. Coker said.

The NDC has been engaged in protest nationwide against the EC in opposition to the declared results in the presidential and some parliamentary elections.

The NDC is currently engaged in an audit of pink sheets but has not indicated if it will challenge the election results in court.


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