voter2Let My Vote Count Alliance (LMVCA,) a coalition of a multi-partisan and non-partisan alliance of patriotic Ghanaians who are claiming many flaws in the 2012 General Elections was launched last Sunday.

The coalition aims at galvanizing support for the Supreme Court case in which Nana Akufo- Addo and two others are challenging the results of the 2012 presidential election.

According to the group, it has evidence to the effect that ?in the votes declared by the EC, at least one out of eight was invalid, adding that there were over 1.3 million invalid votes.?

The coalition which consists of concerned citizens from all walks of life, mainly young men and women, was launched at Taifa-Noway in the Dome-Kwabenya constituency of the Greater Accra Region.

?The launch in the Dome- Kwabenya constituency is based on the fact that it was this constituency that finally striped the EC naked with the inaccurate results it was declaring.

Hundreds of aggrieved faithful(s) of the opposition gathered at the Taifa-Noway Park to express their grievances on the results of the 2012 General Elections.

The Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency, Sara Adwoa Safo, hosted a number of political parties representatives who took turns to address the politically charged gathering.

A deputy Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party (NPP,) Samuel Awuku, said the NPP had assured Ghanaians of their readiness to accept the verdict of the Supreme Court but President Mahama and the NDC have remained tight-lipped on that.

He went on to disclose that in only January this year, about 280 fire outbreaks and about 250 carnage deaths have been recorded.

He blamed the NDC for those tragedies.

?Where our brothers (NDC) did their thing they should not use our blood for that,? he alleged.

For his part, the former MP for Asokwa in the Ashanti Region, Hon. Maxwell Kofi Jumah, claimed that Nana Akufo-Addo won the 2012 presidential elections by 62.7 %.

?What Afari-Gyan and the NDC have done is tantamount to coup d??tat,? he stressed.

He alleged that the NDC parliamentary candidate for Ablekuma North, Ras Mubarak, and EC Boss, Afari-Gyan, were printing new blue sheets in West Legon to be used as evidence in the court.

The National Youth Organizer of the People?s National Convention (PNC,) Abu Ramadan, urged Ghanaians to rally behind the coalition in its quest to seek justice from the Supreme Court.

STORY: PHILIP KUMI

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