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Akufo Addo Will Be Shocked And Step Down If He Sees Our Evidence On The Rigged Election



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The minority chief whip in Parliament, Hon. Mohammed Muntaka Mubarak has revealed that the evidence acquired by the NDC on their claims that the election was rigged will blow away the country.

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He explained that the quantum of evidence they have gathered so far with regards to the just-ended elections will even shock President Akufo Addo.

Speaking on PM Express on Joy News, he emphasized that Akufo Addo will give up on the Presidency if he will be sitting as a member of the panel judges.

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He cited an opposition case in Malawi where the court said they should go for a re-run of an election after it says the activities were fraudulent.


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