The Minority in Ghana’s Parliament clashed with the police on their way to serve a petition to the Electoral Commission.
Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo won re-election with 51.59 percent of the vote, results from the election commission showed.
Akufo-Addo, who ran under the platform of New Patriotic Party (NPP), was declared winner of the election by Jean Mensah, the chairperson of the electoral commission of Ghana on Wednesday evening, December 9.
According to Mensah, Akufo-Addo polled a total of 6,730,430 votes to defeat his main rival and former President John Mahama who polled 6,214,889 votes
Mensah said the total valid votes cast during the election were 30,434,574, representing 79 percent of registered voters.
The NDC MPs, marched to the EC to present to the Commission their grievances about the just ended 2020 general elections results.
A total of 106 NDC MPs, were turned away from the premises of the EC as they wanted to officially present their petition of grievances about the the insurgencies that happened during the election.
In a video sighted by LailasNews, the minority, Haruna Iddrisu can be heard stating that the police can shoot them as they also made their way to the premises.
“You’ve killed six already so add us.” they shouted.