Mahama Interviewed In America About Flawed election results.

Mahama Interviewed In America About Flawed election results.

2020 Polls: I’ll concede defeat after independent audit of results – Mahama

Flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress(NDC) John Mahama says he’ll accept the results of the 2020 presidential election if the Electoral Commission conducts an independent audit of the results.

Mr. Mahama and his party have rejected the results of the December 7 polls describing the election as flawed.

According to the NDC, their analysis of the pink sheets available to them shows clearly that Mr Mahama won the elections.

In an interview with Voice of America(VOA) Mr. Mahama showed a just cause for the NDC’s position, adding that the issues raised cannot be swept under the carpet.

“We are currently doing a forensic audit of all the constituencies first to establish what happened and then confirm the figures that we have. Because this case might end up in court…I don’t know, I cannot mention anything for now but we are doing an audit and based on that we’ll take whatever decision we need to take.

“But I think that in the interest of the more than 6million people who voted for me, I must uphold our democracy and hold the Electoral Commission to a higher standard and hold this government to a higher standard in terms of our democracy. The way President Akufo Addo and the EC have conducted this elections is a dent on our democratic credentials as a government. And so with my principles as a democrat, I can’t be seen to be sweeping it under the carpet and letting it go.”

Ex-President Mahama added: “I think that we must bring closure to this by seeing exactly where the issues are. If an independent audit is done by the EC, they’ll bring somebody in to crunch the numbers do an independent audit why not, I’ll be the first person to concede and walk away. But as long as that is not done and I know that there was a deliberate attempt to subvert the will of the people in favour of the incumbent it will be wrong for me in terms of our democratic practices to just leave it because we’ll not learn the lessons of this election. I think we must learn the lessons of this election so that we don’t repeat it in future one.”


We will not accept the results of a Flawed Election”Mahama warns EC

Former President John Mahama has reiterated that neither he nor the National Democratic Congress (NDC) which he is leading into the 7 December 2020 polls, will accept the results of flawed elections.

Addressing journalists on Thursday, 24 September 2020 about the party’s concerns with the credibility of the provisional voter register as it goes through the exhibition process, the flagbearer of the NDC said: “We in the NDC have exhibited restraint at all times in this electoral process”.

“Even now, we are committed to doing so.

“But, let me serve notice once again that we’ll not accept results of a flawed election”, Mr Mahama warned.

“We will certainly not look on, neither will we shirk our civic responsibility and allow the EC, whether by ill intent or sheer incompetence, to usurp the people’s mandate in the December 7 polls.

“The EC must take immediate steps to rectify and sanitise the register and re-exhibit it, to afford the voting public and all stakeholders, an opportunity to verify their particulars in the voter register before it is finalised”, he said.

He told party supporters that: “This moment demands of us to act with patriotic zeal to preserve the zeal and stability of our beloved nation Ghana”.

“The true will of the people must triumph”, Mr Mahama noted.

Both Mr Mahama and his running mate, Prof Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, suspended their separate campaigns a couple of days ago over concerns of a raft of anomalies detected by the party with regard to the voter roll.

Bawumia Opens Fire On NDC 

Bawumia Opens Fire On NDC

Vice-President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has said the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has a penchant for opposing anything good for the country, especially when it is being proposed by the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

He said the posture of the NDC elements shows clearly that they do not have the country’s welfare at heart and are only interested in propaganda and how they can capture power and turn round to mismanage everything.

The Vice-President ‘opened fire’ in Takoradi in the Western Region on Tuesday when he cut the sod for the commencement of work on the first ever interchange in the regional capital.

“The NDC has a trademark in opposing everything. Any good initiative we bring out, they oppose it. First, they say it is impossible and then when we do it, they say they can do it better,” he said.

He said every time the NPP administration attempted to implement massive projects that would benefit the country, the NDC would vehemently oppose the implementation but would come later to claim they could do it better.

“They opposed the Sinohydro deal, but we are giving the Ghanaian people infrastructure through that. They opposed Free SHS and said it was impossible, but we have successfully implemented that, and now they say they can do it better,” he said.

“The construction of the PTC Interchange fits into the government’s programme of improving the road infrastructure of Sekondi-Takoradi and to modernize the twin city,” he added.

The Vice-President said “in line with the government’s agenda to ensure inclusive and accelerated economic development, we have focused our efforts on the first term in office to provide infrastructure for all.”

He pointed out that “the NDC did not understand the Sinohydro deal because it was the first time such a transaction was being proposed and introduced in Ghana and the opposition party referred to it as a ‘419’ initiative.”

“Our approach to the infrastructure development of Ghana has been two folds: first, to provide for the infrastructure needs of the poor and deprived communities for services such as water, toilets, clinics and electricity. Second, to provide for the broader infrastructure needs of the economy at the macro-level to drive economic growth, such as ports, major highways and inner city roads and bridges,” he explained.

More Opposition
He said “on the Free SHS, for instance, the NDC said if they had two billion cedis they would not have spent it on education. But the NPP persevered and made it happen. They said the same about NABCO that it was a hoax, but we made it happen.”

“They opposed ‘one constituency one ambulance’, but every constituency has an ambulance; they opposed ‘one village one dam’, but the farmers and chiefs in the north are commending the government; they opposed one ‘district one factory’, but we are building the factories, and now they say they can do better,” Dr. Bawumia fired.

He also recounted how the NDC opposed the Zipline medical drone service which is currently serving a useful purpose, adding, “They even opposed the Zipline medical drone service and told people that we would use the drones to take pictures of them in their bathrooms, but we have all seen the impact of the Zipline drone in providing emergency medical service to remote parts of the country.”

“The NDC also opposed the introduction of the digital addressing system to produce digital addresses for every location in Ghana,” he said.

“The NDC opposed the idea by the government to allow final-year students of SHS and JHS to go to school and prepare to take their respective final examination, but now the children are taking their exams. They opposed it and said we wanted the children to die. But by the grace of God, the SHS students have completed and our children are writing their BECE papers,” he fired again, adding “that is their trademark; everything good, they oppose it. And then they will turn around later and want to be a part of it,” he said.

NPP Focused
He said the NPP government led by Nana Akufo-Addo would not be deterred by the NDC’s ‘unwarranted’ opposition to everything good that they were doing and they would press hard to get Ghanaians the best.

“Our thinking about infrastructure for all includes all the amenities that people need in order to unleash the potentials for growth in their communities, constituencies and districts, and ultimately improve the conditions of everyday living.

“These are needed to support industrial growth and other supporting economic activities, especially in the urban areas (such as the Takoradi-Sekondi metropolis),” he added.



The next NDC/Mahama government will:

  1. Create one million jobs in four (4) years (250,000 jobs per years) dubbed “EDWUMAPA”. This will include both private and public sector jobs.

NB: NABCO beneficiaries will retained permanently and given decent wages.

  1. Provide Free Primary Health Care for all Ghanaians. Under this policy, any Ghanaian who visits a CHPS compound, or health center or clinic or polyclinic or District hospital will be treated for free.

NB: This policy will complement the NHIS which will apply to only secondary and tertiary health facilities.

  1. Absorb 50% of the school fees of all tertiary students for the 2020/2021 academic year.
  2. Improve and continue the implementation of free SHS.
  • abolish the double-track system
  • expand the Free SHS programme to cover students in private Senior High Schools in underserved/deprived areas.
  • promote the use of IT and provide free Wi-Fi in schools to enhance performance of students
  • provide students and teachers with free tablets loaded with relevant content to facilitate teaching and learning
  • address challenges with the Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS)
  1. Pay all customers of the collapsed financial institutions their locked-up funds in full within our first year in office.
  2. Roll out the Big Push policy; a $10 billion investment in infrastructure (Roads, railway, hospitals, markets, schools, etc.) that will create jobs. Note that, only local materials and contractors will be used for these projects.
  • A component of the Big Push includes a transportation plan which would involve completion of the Eastern Corridor road, dualisation of major Highways in Ghana, construction of the Western Corridor road. Some of the specific transport projects under the Big Push will include the following:
  • Complete the Eastern Corridor Road
  • Dualize Accra-Kumasi Highway
  • Dualize Accra-Takoradi Highway
  • Dualize Accra-Aflao Highway
  • ReingineerTem-HoHighway
  • Port Infrastructure at Keta
  • Bridge over Oti River
  • Volivo to Dorfor bridge over the Southern Volta River
  • Commence construction of Western Corridor Highway stretching from Axim to Elubo, Enchi Asawinso, Goaso, Sunyani, Wenchi, Bamboi, Bole, Wa, Lawra, Hamile
  • Continue Expansion of Takoradi Port to Sekondi to improve the handling of mineral ores and other natural resources
  • Implement the Golden Triangle/Central Corridor to improve transport and access covering Accra, Takoradi, Kumasi, Kintampo, Tamale, Bolgatanga, Paga
  1. Increase maternity leave from three (3) months to four (4) months and introduce seven (7) days paternity leave.
  2. establish a Cancer and Kidney Disease Trust Fund to support Ghanaians who need assistance for such conditions
  3. employ the backlog of qualified health professionals.
  • establish a Professor Jacob Plange-Rhule Endowment Fund for medical and surgical specialists training
  • implement tax waivers in order to assist health workers acquire means of transport to respond to emergency calls
  • establish a housing scheme for health workers and provide residential facilities at all health facilities for health workers
  • scale up the training of Physician Assistants and emergency physicians
  • construct Regional Hospitals in the six new regions, and the Western Region
  • Provide district hospitals in districts where there is none
  1. small businesses will be exempted entirely from corporate and personal income tax
  • corporate income tax for medium size companies will be reduced from the current 25% to 15%
  • newly established medium-sized companies that employ up to twenty (20) staff will be exempted entirely from the payment of corporate income tax for one year
  1. Legalize Okada
  2. Provide Free TVET at secondary and tertiary levels
  3. Introduce a National Apprenticeship program (NAP). Under this program Ghanaians desirous to learn a craft will be trained by government for free, provided with apprenticeship allowances during their training, and provided with the necessary tool-kits for them to setup businesses after their successful completion of the apprenticeship program.
  4. abolish the mandatory national service and teacher licensure examinations for graduate teachers
  • restore automatic employment of newly trained teachers
  • fast track promotions and applications for academic progression
  • provide teachers with free tablets to facilitate teaching and learning
  • implement a special regime allowing teachers to own vehicles under affordable terms
  1. review the Legal Profession Act in consultation with stakeholders, and establish a Council for Legal Education and Training, to accredit certified law faculties to run the Professional Law Course subject to the oversight supervision of the Council.
  2. Student Loan;
  • resource the Student Loan Trust Fund to make timely and adequate payments to students
  • increase students’ loans to be commensurate with prevailing educational costs
  • abolish the requirement of guarantors as a pre-condition for accessing student loans to enable more students who need financial assistance access the loan.
  • make loan repayment effective on beneficiaries gaining employment after school
  • Re-introduce the Student Loan Plus scheme to assist students who gain admissions into tertiary institutions access loans to pay for their admission and school fees.
  1. Pensions Sector
    A next NDC government will introduce a new Pension Scheme for organised groups in the informal sector of the Ghanaian economy, specifically:

a. Cocoa and Cashew Farmers
b. Driver Unions such as GPRTU, PROTOA and Co-operatives
c. Ghana Union of Traders Association
d. Beauticians and Hairdressers Associations
e. Dressmakers and Tailors Associations
f. Garages Associations
g. Artisans Association of Ghana
h. Farmers and Fishermen Associations

Also, the next NDC government shall:

  • amend National Pensions Act, 2008 (Act 766) to allow contributing workers who lose their jobs suddenly due to natural occurrences such as the COVID-19 epidemic, to be paid some allowances while they search for new opportunities
  • amend National Pensions Act, 2008 (Act 766) to allow workers who have contributed for a period of ten (10) to fifteen (15) years to use their contributions as collateral to access mortgage loans
  • amend the National Pensions Act, 2008 (Act 766) to reintroduce the CAP 30 Pension Scheme for security agencies.
  • pay pensioners an annual thirteenth month bonus.
  1. Marine and Riverine Fishes
    The NDC Government will establish modern fish markets and cold stores along the major fish landing sites such as Tema New Town, Cape Coast, Shama, Sogakofe, Yeji, Kpando Torkor, Biriwa, Asesewa, Discove, Kpong and equip them with smoking and processing facilities.
  2. Zongo and deprived communities
  • establish two Islamic Senior High Schools in the southern and northern belts for the Zongo communities
  • award scholarships to brilliant but needy students in Zongo communities at the basic level to the tertiary level, with special focus on girls and medical and nursing students
  • support Arabic teachers in the Makaranta with monthly allowances
  • enroll youth in Zongo and Inner Cities into the National Apprenticeship Programme as well as the free technical and vocational education and training (free TVET)
  • provide start-up capital for business owners and earmark Funds for the ‘Soyayya Development Fund’.
  • work with the Hajj Board to make Hajj more affordable to prospective pilgrims
  • give representation to Zongo Chiefs and other denominations on the Hajj Board to ensure easy facilitation of Hajj
  • ensure that a representative from the Muslim Umma is placed on the board of the Ministry of Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs
  • facilitate the establishment of morgues in accordance with Islamic customs and practices and collaborate with the Ministry of Health to set up focal teams responsible for procedures that are compliant with Islamic customs and practices at all state morgues
  1. Cocoa Sector Strategic Policies & Interventions
  • Free Healthcare for Cocoa Farmers
    The next NDC Government will:

a. provide Free Primary Healthcare for all cocoa farmers and exempt all cocoa farmers from NHIS premium payment for secondary and tertiary care

c. create a biometric database of all cocoa farmers and made available at all cocoa clinics so that at any point in time, cocoa farmers and their dependents can have access to free healthcare at the cocoa clinics in the various cocoa growing regions in Ghana. In addition to the existing Cocoa Clinics in Accra, Tafo (Eastern Region) Debiso and Kumasi, the next NDC Government will ensure COCOBOD builds well-equipped hospitals in each of the cocoa-growing regions.

  • Cocoa Roads
    The next NDC Government will revive and broaden the scope of the Cocoa Roads Project implemented under the past NDC Government to cover more cocoa-growing areas and resume all abandoned cocoa road projects and pay all contractors whose certificates have not been honoured by the Akufo Addo’s NPP Government
  • Cocoa Farmers Pension Scheme
    The next NDC Government will ensure the establishment of a pension scheme for cocoa farmers so they can enjoy pensions in their old age as already captured under the pensions sector.
  • Annual Increment in Cocoa Producer Price
    The next NDC Government will ensure the consistent annual increment of the cocoa price to make cocoa farming more attractive, especially to the youth. • Free Fertilizer and Other Agro-Inputs
    The next NDC Government will continue to provide free agro-inputs (fertiliser, insecticides, fungicides, etc.) and extension services to all cocoa farmers.

‘Mahama will sting defilement like a scorpion’ – Haruna Iddrisu

Previous President John Dramani Mahama plans uncovering defilement whenever casted a ballot into power, Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu has said.

Tending to individuals from the National Democratic Congress at the official dispatch of the NDC’s declaration, Mr. Iddrisu said previous President Mahama will guarantee that defilement outrages that have been hidden away from plain view are researched under the ebb and flow government.

“John Dramani Mahama vows to by and by make defilement a high-hazard action. He will sting defilement like the scorpion will chomp you when you are gotten with it.”


“The great individuals of Ghana are certain that John Dramani Mahama will discover answers to the unanswered inquiry of defilement whether it is BOST, regardless of whether it is missing excavators or whether it is Kroll Associates. Open authorities… who plunder the open handbag will be rebuffed appropriately,” he guaranteed.

Give NDC order

At a similar occasion, National Chairman of the gathering, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo asked Ghanaians to give the National Democratic Congress (NDC) the gesture in the pending general races.

Mr. Ampofo said the administering New Patriotic Party (NPP) and its pioneer, Nana Akufo-Addo, are driving the nation into huge retrogression.

As per Mr. Ampofo, the 2020 survey is a basic choice to rescue the retreating financial advancement of the nation.

He included that it will take another NDC government to reestablish the increases lost under the NPP organization.

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He subsequently encouraged voters to give the NDC their order and subject them to exacting responsibility.

“We the individuals of this honorable nation, are currently at this basic point. We can’t sink any farther than we have. We are at absolute bottom. The officeholder isn’t just confounded and depleted, President Akufo-Addo is burrowing a significantly more profound opening which if not halted, will cover we all alive.”


“I, thusly, approach all our kinsmen and ladies and each resident, to go to the survey in December and with one major push salvage Ghana and Ghanaians from this burden. That’s it, give us your order and consider us responsible for things that you find in this proclamation. Decision in favor of President Mahama and let us together move Ghana the correct way in light of the fact that surely Ghana must work once more,” he said.


Ken Agyapong Threatens To Expose How John Mahama Sleeps With Women In Ibrahim Mahama’s House

Ken Agyapong Threatens To Expose How John Mahama Sleeps With Women In Ibrahim Mahama’s House

Loudmouth MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, and self-appointed prosecutor for bedroom affairs, Kennedy Agyapong has made another bizarre claim, alleging that the NDC Flagbearer, John Mahama has been sleeping with women in his brother, Ibrahim Mahama’s house.
Hon. Kennedy Agyapong , stated on the Seat show that he has a lot of dossier on the former President and flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress and would release them if the NDC wants to play dirty politics.
“Mahama went to have sex in Ibrahim Mahama’s house…if they (NDC) are not gentle and want to play dirty, they will see what I will do to them”, he warned.
It will be recalled that this is not the first time the Assin Central MP is making such a ridiculous claim. A few weeks ago he alleged that Kumawood actress Tracey Boakye was using a video of a sexual encounter she had with former President John Mahama to blackmail him, a claim which was vehemently denied by the actress.

Mr Agyapong failed to provide evidence after he was publicly dared by the actress to do so. It is unclear if the lawmaker has incontrovertible evidence in this instance or is just running his mouth as usual.

Prophet Nigel Gaisie Drops Another Prophecy, Says Mahama Will Win Upcoming 2020 General Elections

Founder of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, is in the news again and this time around the man of God has disclosed that John Mahama will win the upcoming 2020 general elections. The man of God disclosed that John Mahama’s running mate, Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang would suffer some spiritual attacks and that some serious prayers must be said on her behalf.

He further stated that he saw an attack on Burkina Faso adding that a GREAT WIND BLOW ON THE NATION OF AMERICA.

The man of God took to his Facebook page and made the revelation with caption;

The Lord Appeard to me and carried me away in the spirit,in the spirit I saw a **CHIEF OF STAFF** of a ruling party coming to me with a heavy load on her head!Suddenly,a mortal entity came to distract her and SHE WENT BACK INTO THE DARK…I THEN HEARD A LOUD VOICE IN MY RIGHT EARS SAYING….JOHN MAHAMA WILL BE THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA…1.I saw a SERIOUS ATTACK ON A VICE RUNNING MATE,let them PRAY…2.Ghana Will PROSPER,I SAW IT FROM 2021,MIDYEAR…3.I saw a hatched plan against my person and my church thus they will CRASH MY CAR AND KILL ME BECAUSE,I HAVE BECOME TORN IN THEIR FLESH BUT BE ASSURED THE LORD SAID ALL THINGS AHEAD OF THEM AND REVEALS IT TO HIS Servants.4.I saw an attack on Bukina Faso sense a GREAT WIND BLOW ON THE NATION OF AMERICA

Government’s Sudden Interest In Infrastructure And Deceptive -Mahama

The flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has described as surprising and deceptive, the sudden interest of President Akufo-Addo in infrastructural projects.

John Mahama addressing chiefs and elders of Tsito in the Volta Region accused the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) of cancelling and abandoning various projects initiated by his administration.

His comment follows Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia’s claim that no government in the history of Ghana’s Fourth Republic has initiated more infrastructural projects than the Akufo-Addo government.

He described the record as “second to none, with verifiable data to back up the claim”.

This declaration made at a town hall meeting held in Accra on Tuesday, 18 August 2020, has renewed jabs and counter-jabs; with the NDC accusing the NPP of refusing to give credit to the erstwhile administration for projects commenced and completed during its time in office.

Among other things, they have also accused government of touting their projects as personal achievements when there are documentary evidence to prove otherwise.

Already, the former President has thrown a challenge to his successor for a debate on the performance record of their respective governments, especially in the infrastructural development sector.

Mr Mahama said he is poised to compare records of both administrations to clearly assess who had done more for the country even though the incumbent government had earlier described infrastructural development as unnecessary, ahead of the 2016 elections.

This challenge has however been rejected by government with the Deputy Information Minister, Pius Hadzie calling it pointless.

But emphasising the stance of his party with regards to development, the former president said a new NDC government will devote its early years in power to completing abandoned projects before initiating new ones.

He urged electorates to save the future of the country by voting massively for the NDC in the December 7 polls

Kennedy Agyapong Reveals 450,000 Dollars Property ‘Papa No’ Bought For Tracy Boakye

Kennedy Agyapong Reveals 450,000 Dollars Property ‘Papa No’ Bought For Tracy Boakye

Assin Central Member of Parliament, for Assin Central, Mr. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has made some revelations about how the said ‘Papa no’ bought a house for Kumawood actress, Tracy Boakye and today, she has turned against him.

An angry Kennedy Agyapong condemned the acts by the two celebrities and indicated that, no man in Ghana should celebrate over the ‘Papa no’ downfall.

According to Kennedy Agyapong, the said ‘Papa no’ bought a house worth 45,000 United States dollars at lake side for Tracy Boakye.

He further indicated that, the said sponsor also secured a restaurant for Tracy Boakye in Kumasi which is providing her money.

According to Kennedy Agyapong, the Papa no, is former President John Dramani Mahama and the current issue has destroyed his political career for good.

Kennedy Agyapong disclosed that, John Dramani Mahama had a clean mind of genuinely helping the two celebrities, but they have now turned against him.

He predicted doom for Tracy Baokye and indicated that, she will suffer for the rest of her life because of what she has done to John Dramani Mahama.

“If you see someone’s trouble, you don’t have to be in hurry to jubilate. I condemn the so call celebrities and the way they talk. Two of them have done a very big disservice to John Dramani Mahama. Tracy Boakye has done a serious damage to John Dramani Mahama and the NDC and that can affect them in the 2020 elections. I have been fully briefed and I’m worried about the former first lady, Mrs. Lordina Mahama. John Dramani Mahama bought one house at lake side for 450,000 dollars for you Tracy Boakye and now you have your own restaurant at Kumasi, and you are betraying him now. You are very cheap Always on social media talking. Is this the reward, you are giving him for all what he has done for you”? Kennedy Agyapong indicated on the Seat Show few minutes ago.

Competent Leaders don’t engage in campaign of insults, name-calling

We won’t engage in campaign of insults, name-calling

The flag bearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), former President John Dramani Mahama, has reiterated his commitment to engage in a campaign devoid of insults and name-calling but one that provides solutions and hope to the good people of the country.
“I can assure you and all Ghanaians that Professor Naana Jane and myself will never engage in insults and name-calling of opponents.

“Children are watching, listening and copying and it is important we serve as good role models. The book of Philippians assures me that the God who began this mission will bring it to a fruitful conclusion,’’ he said.

He was speaking during a courtesy call on the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) and the Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) to officially introduce his running mate, Professor Naana Jane Opoku- Agyemang to the clergy.

Mr Mahama described his running mate as a God-fearing person who was sensitive to the plight of the ordinary Ghanaian and was ready and willing to serve the country in order to address those challenges.

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State institutions

He criticised the Akufo-Addo led administration for presiding over what he described as the destruction and politicisation of independent institutions in the country.

According to him, Ghana no longer held the enviable position as the shining star of Africa in terms of independence and integrity of democratic institutions.

Mr Mahama called on Ghanaians to be united and resolute to save the country adding, “we cannot sit silently and look on as our nation slips towards decadence.”
“It is not about John Mahama, it is about Ghana,” he added.

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The issue of state institutions or independent institutions being accused of dancing to the tune of the government has been a major campaign message for opposition parties.

The suspicion of state institutions doing the bidding of the government has been exploited by both sides of the political divide.

During the 2012 election petition, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) then in opposition accused the judiciary and the Electoral Commission (EC) of being biased in favour of the NDC which had then been declared victors of the 2012 elections.- #GhanaVotes2020