Thousands of women have thrown themselves to the streets of greater Accra region of Ghana asking the Electoral Commission to reverse the declaration of President Akufo-Addo as winner of the December 7 presidential election.
The women that seems to be supporters of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), believes that the election was rigged in Favour of Akufo-Addo New Patriotic Party(NPP).
Akufo-Addo the NPP candidate defeated his rival after polling 51.59 percent of valid votes cast as against John Maha a of the NDC who poll 47.36 percent.
The women claimed the Electoral process was not free and fair.
The NDC has claimed several times of irregularities by the Electoral Commission which declared the result on Wednesday 9 December, claiming the commission stole the will of the people.
NDC Presidential Candidate, John Mahama addressing the media said “I cannot accept the fictionalized results of a flawed election”.
The Former President John Mahama said he will take legitimate actions to secure justice after claiming “Ghana Electoral Commission rigged the elections in Favour of Nana Akufo-Addo”.
He accused President Akufo-Addo of using the military to intimidate and steal the will of the people. He however call on the international community to continue looking into the happenings in Ghana and take careful note of threat against democracy.