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18-Dec-2012  
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The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament for Asikuma-Odobeng- Brakwa, has questioned the intellectual ability of Dr. Charles Wereko-Brobby who has attributed NPP’s electoral defeat on complacency.

Paul Collins Appiah Ofori said Dr. Brobby’s inability to decipher right from wrong in the just ended general elections is an attestation that his “level of intelligence is very low”.

Dr. Wereko-Brobby, a founding member of the NPP is skeptical about the party’s chances of winning the court case against the EC which has pronounced President John Mahama as winner of the December 7 polls.

The opposition party claims to have incontrovertible evidence to prove that the EC inflated figures and is confident the Supreme Court will overturn the verdict in their favour.

But Tarzan maintains that failure on the part of the NPP National Leadership to map up strategy to effectively police the ballot caused their defeat and must therefore let sleeping dogs lie and focus on 2016.

However, PC Appiah Ofori on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen programme Monday described as unfortunate the position taken by Tarzan, adding that his[Wereko-Brobbey] argument lacks logical reasoning.

According to him, no true NPP member will allow the will of the people to be subverted by some unscrupulous EC officials whom he says are only concerned about their well-being.

“Wereko-Brobby must go back to school because I don’t expect someone like him with a doctorate degree to speak like this; I am very surprised” he opined.

The Asikuma-Odobeng-Brakwa MP indicated that the decision by the NPP to go to court is enshrined in Article 64 Clause 1 of the 1992 Constitution and thus the party has not flouted any law.

He added that just because some NPP polling agents failed to do due diligence and signed what he called the fraudulent pink sheets of the EC does not mean the party has no case.

Appiah Ofori stressed that the party’s legal team will within 21 days present its case in court to ensure that the will of Ghanaians is manifested.
 
 
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