However, there is a caveat. There will be something akin to a legal challenge should the NDC fail to regain power.
The NDC is on record to have kicked against a new voters roll for this year’s elections. Several renowned opposition party figures have made their voices heard on the matter.
As if that is not enough, the NDC, rallied some other political parties together, and form a coalition dubbed Interparty Resistance Against New Voters Register.
The coalition has so far held two demonstrations in Tamale and Kumasi, to press home their demand to maintain the current register. This has led many to believe that the biggest opposition party might likely boycott any registration exercise towards the compilation of a new voters register.
A leading member of the party and one-time Member of Parliament for La Dadekotopon, Nii Amasah Namoale, says they will take part in the exercise but will contest the election 2020 results should it not go in their favour.
“Nkrumah (Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah) said never boycott any election and so we will take part in the election. We will write our names and take part in the election; if we win, fine but if we don’t we will not accept it,” he said while speaking during a panel discussion on the “Platform” programme on Peace FM hosted by Nana Yaw Kesseh.
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