“NDC and EC Planning to Rig 2016 Elections” -Kennedy Agyapong

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Kennedy Agyapong accuses NDC of planning to rig this year’s elections

The pre-election drama intensifies as more attacks between contending parties, as well as against the Electoral Commission continue to occur. New Patriotic Party (NPP) lawmaker Kennedy Agyapong, has alleged that the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the Electoral Commission (EC), are planning to rig the upcoming general elections.

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The NPP lawmaker who is also the MP for Assin Central disclosed this during the NPP’s manifesto launch in Accra, as he calls for surveillance among NPP supporters ahead of the polls. Addressing thousands of party supporters at the launch, Kennedy Agyapong accuses NDC of planning to rig this year’s elections. He vowed that the NPP will ensure that plots to rig the election fail.



The MP for Assin Central pointed out that, the EC has plans of making Mahama the winner even if Nana Addo wins the elections. He therefore called on party supporters to remain vigilant on the day of the election, to ensure there are no foul plays at the polls.

Fondly called Kenpong, the MP has been known for his constant attacks against the EC boss Charlotte Osei. The outspoken MP a few months ago, made rounds in the media after he publicly alleged that Charlotte Osei traded sex for her current position as the EC Chairperson.

It’s indeed a season of counter attacks among the main contending parties as elections draw closer by the day. Not just Kenpong as an individual, NPP’s Flagbearer Nana Addo, had earlier described the NDC as masters in rigging elections. Nana Addo had said this in response to the claims of Vice President Amissah Arthur, that the opposition (NPP) might attempt to rig the elections.

The NPP also raised same calls at Ashaiman constituency, saying that the incumbent party has been victorious in the constituency over the years because they have members who have been helping them to rig elections.