Most Rev. Emmanuel Asante has called on the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to use the court of law to address their electoral grievances.
According to him, the use of the court of public opinions and street demonstrations are not the best option but rather the law court.
He, therefore, reposited that the peace in Ghana is paramount to any political party and for that matter, NDC shouldn’t compromise it.
The former Chairman of the National Peace Council said;
“Former President Mahama and the NDC are saying they will not accept the results of the election, there is nothing wrong with that.
“They have every right to express their views, but they do not have the right to compromise the peace of this country in expressing their views.
“If they feel strongly that they have been given a raw deal, they should rather take the legal path to seek redress”.
“I am waiting to see that they take that step rather than hitting the streets, burning tyres, and inciting people to match to different places to demand what they consider to be their right,” he said.
Most Rev. Emmanuel Asante concluded that the actions of the NDC put a strain on John Mahama as he signed the peace pact prior to the 2020 general elections.