It said the EC is claiming there are different signatures of the subscribers on the nomination forms which ought to be corrected. But the party in a statement issued late Monday by its General Secretary, Mohammed Frimpong, described the new ‘discovery’ by the EC as absurd, and an agenda to disqualify the party’s nominee from contesting in the December 7 elections. “This is not right. This cannot be legal.
This is a clear violation of our human rights,” the statement said, adding, “We reject this trick of the EC. We reject this clear attempt at victimisation by the EC”.
According to the NDP, “the EC has shown its hand, that it is actuated and driven, not by a desire to deliver a world class election in Ghana, but simply to hand the presidency to a selected candidate” “We are calling upon the EC to immediately desist [from] its oppressive tactics and with immediate effect reverse this illegal demand of use; else we would have no option but to return to court,” they warned.