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The Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress, Joseph Ade Coker has said that the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mrs Jean Mensah must resident before the party considers dialogue over the results.
He said that is one of the conditions the NDC will consider dialoguing over its grievances.
Speaking on Citi FM’s Eyewitness News, Mr Ade Coker said “We are saying first and foremost, she must resign for the crass incompetence she has shown. 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.”
His comments comes after 26 people were arrested for demonstrating at the headquarters of the Electoral Commission yesterday.
There has been pockets of demonstrations in parts of the country by some supporters of NDC to register its displeasure over the declaration of the just ended elections.
The party is currently auditing the pink sheets which will inform the party’s next line of actions.
Source: Ghana Waves