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Hassan Ayariga (APC) insults Ghanaian Electoral Commission Chairperson Charlotte Osei and wants her Jailed over Disqualification

The flag bearer of the All People’s Congress (APC), Mr Hassan Ayariga has described Mrs Charlotte Osei, the Electoral Commission Chairperson, as a “tyrant,” who “must be jailed” for flouting directives of the Supreme Court as far as allowing him and all other previously disqualified presidential candidates to contest in the December 7th polls is concerned.
“Mrs Charlotte Osei, is a “disgrace to womanhood”, he continued. Mr Ayariga in an interview on Thursday,10 November, said that his disqualification from the race for the second time in a row smacks of revenge.” Mr Ayariga also said “ there could be a potpourri of reasons which Mrs Osei may have against him, thus, her refusal to allow him to take part in the December polls.”
On Wednesday, the EC said Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings (NDP), Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom (PPP), and Dr Edward Mahama (PNC) have been accepted back into the presidential race to join four others: Nana Akufo-Addo, Mr John Mahama, Mr Ivor Greenstreet, and Mr Jacob Osei Yeboah who were initially accepted into the race. The acceptance was as a result of a lawsuit by Dr Nduom against the election management body at an Accra High Court over his disqualification. Then to the Supreme Court and the ruling was to allow disqualified candidates to correct the errors and be given the opportunity to re-join the race.
On the other hand, the nominations of Mr Ayariga and seven others were rejected for the second time. The others include Dr Nana Agyenim Boateng (United Front Party), T.N Ward Brew (Democratic People’s Party), Akua Donkor (Ghana Freedom Party), Kofi Akpaloo (Independent People’s Party), Dr Nixon Tetteh (United Development System Party), Dr Henry Lartey (Great Consolidated Popular Party) and Alfred Kwame Asiedu walker (Independent).
Also, two nominees withdrew from the race. They include Akwasi Addae Odike of the United Progressive Party and Kwabena Agyei of the Reformed Patriotic Democrats.
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