Ghana’s Supreme Court has maintained Nana Akufo-Addo’s triumph in the December official political race, excusing claims of anomalies.
Resistance competitor, and previous President John Mahama, had recorded an appeal requesting the court to cancel the outcomes from the decisions and request a rerun as a result of supposed anomalies.
In any case, the court decided that Mr Akufo-Addo had acquired over half (51.295%) of absolute legitimate votes and that the electing commission’s adjustments of the proclaimed outcomes didn’t altogether affect the result.
As indicated by the court, the presentation of the outcomes was along these lines legitimate and addressed the desire of individuals.
Mr Mahama’s legal advisors attempted ineffectively to get Electoral Commission Chairperson Jean Mensa to affirm and be questioned during the consultation.
They had needed to pose her inquiries identifying with the supposed inconsistencies.