Mixed Reactions In Bolga
By William N-lanjerborr Jalulah
BEFORE THE Supreme Court declared its verdict on the election petition on Thursday, some few shops in Bolgatanga were closed down, while those that were opened received little or no patronage.
Similarly, the streets were less busy and checks at the Ministries also showed that most workers were glued to their TV and radio sets, anxiously waiting for the verdict.
When it was past 10:00am and the judges had not showed up, some people were becoming worried and uncertain as to whether the much-awaited verdict would come as scheduled.
When it finally came, some said they were surprised, not because it went in favour of President John Mahamma, but because it was so brief and short.
Those who thought this way said they thought it was going to last for hours, thinking the judges would have read much detailed judgment and possibly made some recommendations on what should be put in place, before future elections are conducted.
NPP activists were seen interacting and sharing a few thoughts on the decision of the Supreme Court.
Mr. Abu Fuseini, an activist of the NPP at their popular Atlantic base told this reporter that he was not surprised at the outcome, but his worry was how Ghanaians would continue to suffer under the rule of Mahama administration.
Mr. Paul Danka, a senior communication team member of the NDC said the party was yet to organize members to celebrate the victory.
However, at the time of filing this report, some activists of the party were mobilizing themselves to hit the streets in celebration.
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