NDC’s election petition was fundamentally incompetent – Bawumia

Mahama's petition on the 2020 elections was unanimously dismissed by the Supreme Court
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Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has mocked the National Democratic Congress (NDC) following the petition they filed at the Supreme Court to challenge the 2020 election results.

Speaking at the New Patriotic Party’s national delegates conference in Kumasi on Sunday December 19, he said the petition was fundamentally incompetent.

“Interestingly, the NDC decided to challenge our victory at the Supreme Court . However rather than mounting a serious efforts they rather went to the Supreme Court to tell us that the electoral commission gave them tea without biscuits .

“You remember that when we went to the Supreme Court after the 2012 elections to challenge he result we presented over 10,000 oink sheets to support our case. we told the court the that we were relying on the data contained on the pink sheets because you and I were not there.

“When Asiedu Nketia went to the Suprema Court he was asked where is you evidence, where are your pink sheets, Asiedu Nketia said and I paraphrase him , Mr Lords the pink sheets are not there . Then why are you here? he said my Lords we are not here to challenge the results.

“Their election petition was fundamentally incompetent. The bottom line is that they had not evidence to challenge our victory not withstanding all the noise they made to deceive their supporters.”

Dr Bawumai further urged members and supporters of the NPP to remain united and rally behind the government.

“Ours is a government that is thinking outside the box to transform the country,” he said.

He added “For the first time in our hoistory Ghana has drone for medical delivery, Ghana is implementing one district one hospital under agenda 111

“By end of our second we would built more hospitals that any government. Our government is building one district one factory.

For the first time in our history students can apply students loan without a guarantor.”

By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana