The Deputy Communications Officer of the defeated National Democratic Congress, NDC Mr Fred Agbenyo has divulged the party’s readiness to hand over power to the New Patriotic Party, NPP come January 7th.
Mr Agbenyo said, the democratic nature of the NDC will ensure the smooth transfer of power to the winning NPP for the development of Ghana.
“We accept the election results peacefully and are ready to hand over in January”, he stated in an interview with Yaa Titi Okrah Yangy on Enne Ghana, News Analysis program on Top FM.
Ghanaians after the December 7th election chose the flag bearer of the NPP to continue with the leadership of the country. Incumbent President John Mahama, his main contender conceded defeat after losing with a close to 10 percent margin.
Mr Agbenyo advised party supporters to desist from the violence attacks on each other as the police cannot watch over all Ghanaians.
Some supporters out of excitement and some others out of bitterness have result to attacking each other, this the Deputy Communications Officer of the NDC has condemned and called for the immediate halt of such attitudes.
He said, “Why should you fight after elections” when all have been said and done.
On the issue of bloated register Mr Fred Agbenyo said it is time to focus on things that put the direction of the country in a forward motion rather than raising issue that will bring the nation to a standstill.
“Whether we voted with a bloated register or not, elections are over and all have accepted the results”, he stated.
Meanwhile the Deputy General Secretary of the NPP has descended heavily on the Electoral Commission for conducting this year’s election with a bloated register.