Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr., has called for a truce between the Electoral Commission and the two main political parties in the country.
His call comes on the heels of allegations by former President John Mahama that the EC rigged the 2020 elections.
The former President has refused to acknowledge President Nana Addo's victory and accuses the election management body of ballot stuffing, therefore declaring the 2024 elections as a 'do or die' affair.
Speaking in an interview quoted on 3news.com, Mr. Mahama alleged; "2020 was Ghana’s worst election. If I was marking her, I would have given her an F. She is marking her own paper after the examination so she can give herself any mark she likes”.
“Tell me which election in Ghana was ballot papers printed yet one million ballot papers were found elsewhere...We didn’t witness this under Dr. Kwadwo Afari-Gyan. She [Jean Mensa] knew there was ballot stuffing.''
But Kwesi Pratt sounds fed up with the accusations against the EC and the back and forth political altercations between the opposition National Democratic Congress and governing New Patriotic Party.
"Ghana does not belong to Electoral Commission, NDC and NPP. Let us pray for the peace and stability of this nation," he snapped on Peace FM's 'Kokrokoo' Friday morning.
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