Kwesi Jonah calls Dialogue Between NPP, NDC


A Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG), Kwesi Jonah has called for a dialogue between the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to tackle the dispute over declared results.

Mr. Jonah said, the two leading political parties in Ghana are not talking to each other but rather shouting adding that this two parties need to normalise such dialogue.

He said the NPP has 137 seats while the NDC has 136 seats with one constituency's result pending stressing that the parties have "responsibility to safeguard the peace and stability of this country."

According to him, the NDC has refused to accept a number of election results, including the Presidential results and is currently engaged in  an audit of pink sheets but has not indicated if it will challenge the election results in court.

He said John Mahama has describe Jean Mensa led Electoral Commission as the worst the country has seen and accused of bad managing electoral process.

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