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Police fires teargas to disperse NDC protesters at EC headquarters

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The Police of the Accra Regional Command has fire teargas to disperse some supporters of the National Democratic Congress who were demonstrating at the headquarters of the Electoral Commission today, December 17, 2020.

The supporters demonstrated there to register their displeasure in the declaration of President Nana Akufo-Addo as the President-elect in the just ended elections.

The situation led to the to the blocking of the Kanda Highway and other sections of the Ridge enclave.

Director of Operations at the Accra Regional Command, ACP Kwesi Ofori speaking to the media said “The police is moving practically and strategically to make sure that we keep the peace, and it’s been good so far. Initially, we used engagement, which failed so we had to resort to the use of non-electrical equipment like water to get them to move down the street.”

The party has however expressed its unwillingness to accept the election results saying the results was ‘fictionalized’.

Source: Ghana Waves

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