Nana AkomeaGhana?s New Patriotic Party has express disapproval over what they describe as foreign interference in the country?s internal affair.
Their protest in directed at the Chair of the African Union and the President of Benin, Yayi Boni.
President Boni visited the country for the second time Monday, since the declaration of John Mahama as President-elect by the Electoral Commission after the 7 and 8 December elections.
He addressed the public at the Presidential inaugural ceremony, saying among other things that, the general elections were free and fair; basing his claims on reports from local and international observers.
?There is a dispute over the elections; petition has been filed before the Supreme Court of Ghana. So if you want to talk about the political atmosphere, you should be fair to that reality,? the NPP Director of Communication, Nana Akomea said in reaction.
He thought President Boni?s did not acknowledge the court challenge and so his delivery was not a true picture of the situation on the ground.
During his first visit President Boni on 10 December, 2012 held talks with the opposition leader Nana Akuffo-Addo urging him to accept the results and concede defeat but that was not to be.
The NPP has since filed a petition at the Supreme Court asking the results be nullified.


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