The 2012 Presidential Election Is Not Over Yet For The NPP – Kofi Jumah

The former New Patriotic Party Member of Parliament for Asokwa constituency, Maxwell Kofi has boldly stated that the outcome of the election which the NPP are challenging the results in the Supreme Court is not yet over until the final pronouncement by the presiding judge is made. “The 2012 Presidential election in 2012, frankly speaking, it is not yet over for the New Patriotic Party (NPP). It is not complete yet for NPP which I am part. Until the court declaration, the election is not yet over for us,” he noted. According to him, claims that the NPP chairman as well as 2012 flag bearer and its running mate alone took the decision to challenge the election results in court is falsehearted since the decision was taken by the National Executive Council (NEC). “In this particular case in court, it is not the decision of Nana Akufo-Addo alone to go to court, neither is it the decision of Jake Obetsebi-Lamptey nor Dr. Bawumia. It is not even the decision of national executive. It was the decision of National Executive Council which I was part and it was discussed wildly before the final conclusion. “…That doesn’t mean the executive council can’t make mistakes. If he (Wereko-Brobby) is complaining why the NPP is in court, then he is basically confronting the entire National Executive Council,” Kofi Jumah was reacting to recent Wereko Brobby spiraling criticisms on Adom FM. Candid Kofi Jumah however believes not every elderly educated person is judicious.