We will respect the ruling of the Supreme Court, H.E John Mahama.
The NDC is at the Supreme Court challenging the decision of the EC to use only the Ghana card or the passport as the form of identification one needs to register in the upcoming voter’s registration exercise.
Mahama has said the NDC would gladly accept whatever ruling the high court would make about the matter.
“Whatever verdict the Supreme Court gives, we are all law-abiding citizens and we shall respect the verdict of the court.” he added
We still oppose new voters register Asiedu Nketsiah said earlier.
“What the NDC is interested in and calling for is the limited voter registration to capture new voters and also remove the names of deceased persons from the existing biometric register,” Asiedu Nketsiah said.
“As a party, we have participated in every election in the 4th republic and we have a history of accepting the results of elections whenever we have believed in the integrity of the poll. As the leader of the NDC, I wish to serve notice that we shall do all in our part to make sure that the country remains peaceful and that the electoral process proceeds smoothly. But, let nobody assume that we will accept the results of a flawed election,” Mahama said.