Don’t Declare Official Results -Court Orders KNUST EC

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Information reaching ugfile.com indicates that the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology SRC Court has granted a petition preventing the Electoral Commission from declaring official results.

The case brought to the court by Mr. Kobby Amoah and Joseph Mireku as petitioners prayed the court to stop the EC from publicly announcing the results on Focusfm. The case was filed on allegations of fraud and breach of electoral process.

The case had the Ec and Mr. Samuel Amoako Kusi as 1st and 2nd respondents respectively. The substantive which is to declare electoral results null and void will be heard tomorrow. The court upheld the injunction thus giving time for the petitioners to gather their evidence and fight the substantive case in court.

Unofficial results declared last Thursday at 10pm had returned Samuel Amoako Kusi as the president elect. The petitioners, Kobby Amoah and Joseph Mireku were presidential aspirants in the said elections and polled 1,112 and 3,045 respectively. Samuel Amoako Kusi had 4,342.
More updates soon.

Source:watsuptek

Joseph Kofi Frimpong Ackah-Blay

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  1. interesting i only hope the petitioners have a case indeed because being a victim of this circumstance before i wont pray it repeats itself anywhere else.

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