The Minority in parliament wants the Electoral Commission Boss, Jean Mensa to be summoned to parliament to answer questions on the disputed polls.
Speaking to the media in parliament, former energy minister and MP for Elembelle, Emmanuel Kofi Armah Buah argued the chairperson of the EC must face questions from lawmakers.
“This parliament before we rise must invite the electoral commission and ask the EC serious questions that are putting this democracy and our security at risk. And it’s the responsibility of this parliament to invite the electoral commission before we rise. It’s very important.”
He added, “If parliament does not do that, then who should?”
Supporters of the main opposition NDC have been on the streets fiercely protesting the results declared by the commission in the just-ended elections.
This comes after Mr. Mahama and the NDC rejected the result of the election accusing the EC of rigging the polls for the incumbent.
Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo won re-election with 51.302 percent of the total votes cast, as tension gripped the West African country.
Five people were killed in election violence since Monday, December, 07, police said, marring what observers said was a well-organized polls.
The NDC is currently also contesting several parliamentary seats which they say was wrongfully declared for the NPP amidst the street protests.
Source: Ghana/Kasapafmonline.com/102.5 Fm