Mahama’s claim of military involvement in overturning election results unfounded – Military

The Ghana Armed Forces has denied allegations of military involvement in overturning the results of some constituencies in the just-ended election in favour of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).

The military, in a statement signed by the Defence Minister Dominic Nitiwul, said the accusation is ‘completely false and without any foundation’.

“For the 2020 general elections, the military is deployed to support the Ghana Police Service and not to engage in politics. The general public is therefore implored to ignore the malicious propaganda against the Ghana Armed Forces.

“The Ghana Armed Forces is a very professional institution and its members are well respected across the entire world for their professionalism, service to mankind and neutrality,” excerpts of the statement read.

The military has, therefore, asserted that it would not accept any unsubstantiated allegation against its personnel without proof.

The Ghana Armed Forces anger and frustration comes after the National Democratic Congress presidential candidate John Dramani Mahama claimed  the government used the military in a ploy to change the results in NPP’s favour.

Attached is the statement to that effect

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