Following the announcement of the December 7th parliamentary outcomes, there was voting confusions under the territory of the Techiman South Constituency.
NDC party asserts that their up-and-coming Christopher Beyere Baasongti won and not the NPP’s competitor Martin Adjei Mensah-Korsah.
The Techiman South Constituency political decision before its assertion was damaged by viciousness – two people lost their lives in a fight between the NDC, NPP and some security specialists.
The Minority Leader at a public interview on Tuesday, December 22, expressed that the Akufo-Addo organization was attempting to “deny the NDC a parliamentary dominant part”.
Haruna Iddrisu said per the information accessible to the Minority, the NDC made sure about 50,306 votes while the NPP made sure about 50,013. There were 919 dismissed polling forms. This makes the NDC the real victor of the Techiman South parliamentary seat.
With the 293-vote edge, Christopher Beyere Baasongti should turn into the chosen MP as, the Minority leader is battling of.
Haruna Iddrisu then requested, “We need to see the outline of the survey. However, regarding what we will do, leave it to us.”
Christopher Beyere Baasongti also in a meeting with Joy FM on Monday, December 21, disclosed to the media
These figures from both the Minority and the competitor who challenged on the ticket of the NDC are not quite the same as one another, and from that of the Electoral Commission.
The EC has expressed that the NPP’s competitor Martin Adjei Mensah-Korsah won with 49,682 votes with 50.2 percent of the absolute legitimate vote cast, while the NDC’s up-and-coming Christopher Beyere Baasongti had 49,205 votes with 49.8 percent of the substantial votes cast.
On this premise, the NPP’s applicant was pronounced the chosen MP for Techiman South.
Nonetheless, questions stay about when and where the EC announced these figures.
Then, the EC is yet to openly distribute the parliamentary outcomes for the voting demographic on its site, adding to the disarray. Requesting re-assemblage of the outcomes as the NDC according to CI 127 which oversees the 2020 elections
The NDC is therefore requesting for review concerning the electoral results.