Akufo-Addo will voluntarily step down if he sees NDC’s evidence of rigging in 2020 polls – Muntaka

Minority Chief Whip in the 7th Parliament, Mubarak Mohammed Muntaka


Minority Chief Whip in the 7th Parliament, Mubarak Mohammed Muntaka, has disclosed that evidence put together by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to prove a case of vote-rigging in the 2020 presidential election at the Supreme Court will hold the panel of judges spellbound.

According to him, some of the glaring instances of vote padding are so bad that President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo himself will step down when the evidence is made available to him.

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“Some of the things that I have seen, I want to believe that if President Nana Addo himself is sitting as a member of the panel of judges [he will give up the presidency] …I am telling you…,” Muntaka Mubarak was emphatic.

He made the comment on PM Express, current affairs programme on Joy News that was aired on Monday, December 28, 2020.

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“Whoever thought Malawi could ever have the court say that ‘no, no this is really fraudulent’ to order a re-run [of the election] and the opposition has won.

“Whoever thought in Kenya the court will say that ‘the evidence before us is heavy, we can’t allow this injustice to continue? Let the court process start,” he told the host of the programme to express confidence in his party’s evidence.