NPP is willing to work with NDC’s minority in parliament – John Boadu

The General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr. John Boadu has said, the NPP is willing to work with the National Democratic Congress (NDC) minority in parliament.

Speaking at a press conference held at the party’s headquarters on Tuesday, December 15, 2020, Mr. Boadu said ” the closeness of the parliamentary vote is Ghanaian way of telling us to collaborate and avoid the adversary and adversarial politics that has characterized most of our fourth republican politics. We accept this challenge and we shall work with the minority for the interest of this country.”

“We are confident that, the majority of Ghanaians believe in and accept the verdict of the election as rendered by the Electoral Commission and supported by all except the NDC” he said.

He said the NPP disputes the outcome of some parliamentary election results but have not asked their supporters to go out and protest the results. Mr. Boadu said the party’s lawyers are putting their evidence together to court to challenge the opposition party, NDC.

The General Secretary said, putting their pink sheet together, they are winning 27 margin of the Banda constituency parliamentary results, meaning their parliamentary candidate should have been the winner.

According to him, the NPP has set out their transitional team as demanded by the constitution of Ghana and will not be distracted by he opposition party.

He ended his speech by saying the NPP on December 27, 2020 will have an inter- denominational service to thank the lord for granting the nation peace before, during and after the elections.

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