NDC supporters on December 17, marched to the Electoral Commission of Ghana headquarters in Adabraka, Accra, to express their grievances at the erroneously ‘results’ declared on December 7 presidential poll.
This brought out a banter with the police which caused an arrest of some of the demonstrators.
According to the lawyer of the arrested demonstrators, Francis Xavier Sosu, “the bail is GH¢10,000 with one surety each. We are currently working to execute the bail for them.
“They were arraigned before the court on three charges: conspiracy, unlawful assembly and failure to notify the police. They pleaded not guilty to all the counts” “are supposed to reappear on January 25, 2021”.
John Dramani Mahama, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) together with the leadership of the party, visited the Accra Regional Police Command in Adjabeng to monitor the bail process for some supporters of the party who were arrested on Thursday following a protest.
Mahama was accompanied by his vice-presidential candidate, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang.