Electronic voting software was manipulated,Daily Post reports

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The Daily post in its Thursday April 16th edition reports that the software developer Stephen Ato Forson is reported to have confessed to officials of the Bureau of National Investigation in preliminary investigation that the software was compromised. This position is in sharp contrast with the Software developer’s earlier position on Radio Univers some days after the election, when he claimed there was nothing wrong with the software.
The University of Ghana 2015 S.R.C Elections ended amidst controversy on April 9th. The candidate who was reported to have lost, Mikdad Mohammed, stated through his representative on Radio Univers that he disagreed with the results.
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Two students Jeffery Kwabena Yeboah and Worlu Great Damzi proceeded to petition the Chief Justice of University of Ghana. Sources reveal the preliminary investigation by the Bureau revealed that 3 votes cast for candidate A turned out to be 1 while the 2 votes to candidate B turned out to be 4.
Reports further indicate that contrary to popular speculation that the gentleman was manhandled and assaulted is completely false. Ugfile will keep readers up to speed with developments as they unfold

Joseph Kofi Frimpong Ackah-Blay

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