PNC's Abu Ramadan doing NPP's bidding - Felix
A Deputy Communications Minister, Felix Kwakye-Ofosu said he is convinced that the NPP is “playing smart” by using Abu Ramadan as a conduit to pursue their agenda in a bid “to sway unsuspecting members of the public."
A Deputy Communications Minister, Felix Kwakye-Ofosu said he is convinced that the NPP is “playing smart” by using Abu Ramadan as a conduit to pursue their agenda in a bid “to sway unsuspecting members of the public.”
Abu Ramadan dragged the EC to the Supreme Court over the credibility of Ghana’s voters’ register.
In May, the Supreme Court asked the EC to remove the names of all persons who used their National Health Insurance cards as a form of identity to register and voted in the 2012 elections.
The EC however failed to adhere to the ruling and on Thursday, the Court ordered the Commission to within six days, furnish them with a list of all person who used NHIS cards to register.
Mr. Ramadan in subsequent media interviews said the stubbornness of the EC is what resulted in the harsh judgement delivered by the Supreme Court.
Contributing to a panel discussion on Joy FM, the Deputy Minister said the NPP is exhibiting a “pattern of behaviour which points to an effort to dispute the 2016 elections.”
He claimed that the Abu Ramadan case is not independent of the NPP.
“I am absolutely certain that they are there on account of the interest of the New Patriotic Party. Let My Vote Count is an offshoot of the NPP and you and I know David Asante; we know exactly what he represents. It is an NPP grouping that has been formed to pursue this agenda,” he remarked.
He nonetheless clarified that he is in no way saying that “Abu Ramadan is a member of the NPP but he is there in the NPP’s interest” although he “reserves the right to make a deduction like that.”
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