Audio Attachment:Presidential Policy Advisor Dr Suley Gariba tells Joy FM's Kojo Oppong Nkrumah the president is unfazed by the New Patriotic Party (NPP’s) decision to contest his victory in the December 7 polls at the law court while speaking also on the transition process.
What a pleasure to find someone who identifies the issues so claerly
Bright B. YANKSON
Jan 13, 2013 16-54
NPP must give us a break, what is their problem? The people say they don't want u to rule them , why do you want to force yourself on them by going to court for help . Please don't worry yourself Ghanaians want Prez JDM and NDC .period .
Dec 31, 2012 11-00
All we want is peace, NPP.
Dec 31, 2012 10-53
Nana why waste the time of every one. You are not a true democrat. Honourably concede defeat for JM to have the peace to move this Nation Forward with the better Ghana AgendaVersion 2. It is God who sets up Kings. It is not by might, nor by power , but by the Spirit of God. Allow the perfect will of God to prevail in this peaceful country.
I think you should accept the fact that you were not made to be President of this noble and cherished country of ours. The earlier you got this, the better it would be for you.
Just congratulate JM and you will be fine. Try this and it will do you a world of good
Nana. Boateng - London
Dec 29, 2012 7-25
Remember the great man saying "It always seems impossible until its done". Ghanains must know this No passion so effectively robs the mind of its powers of acting and reasoning as fear. Court is good if there is discrepancies it does not change the fact but strengthening it which part of democracy if not why should we have laws!
Dec 27, 2012 7-13
The dictatorial posture of electoral commission must be checked, the will of the people must be respected and should not be stolen unquestioned. Electoral issues must be resolve through legal means. NPP is not playing music to amuse NDC and its cohort.
It is the turn of Ghanaian court to tell the truth without fear nor favor to press home the agitation that Ghanaian institutions should work to sustain our growing democracy. NPP and Nana are right and the silent majority of Ghanaians are solidly behind you.
Dec 26, 2012 12-25
This man. Nana will not need any body's surpport b4 able to to what he thing is right
Dec 22, 2012 4-47
All politicians are the same and should not be followed wholesale if not they lead u into into a ditch and take flight so mother GHANA is the ultimate and must be protected every second
Dec 22, 2012 2-44
It's too hard for him,because John Mahama ls a northerner that is why he don't want to accept ,all the ashantes and akim are racis,can u imagine,b4 the election the kayayi people in kumasi market were being calling John mahama,they to called them John mahama come and take instead of calling them kayayi
Dec 21, 2012 17-25
Are we so stupid to think going to court creates chaos?? lets be realistic and do what is right as good citizens of mother Ghana.
Dec 21, 2012 12-33
NANA SHOULD GIVE US A BREAK HE IS NOT THE WINING CANDIDATE
Dec 21, 2012 11-28
If u want peace go and live in the Island.
Dec 21, 2012 8-23
Nana, if knew you were not going to accept the electoral outcome, however credible it was, why did you suffer the EC to waste state resources to train stakeholders and representatives of all the political parties. so this was what sammy awuku was referring to when he said the NPP would consider anything apart from a win as electoral fraud? if you really have the evidence the take it to a competent court of ad judicature, and do not set up a corrupt court for yourself as you did in 2008 elections by filing ex party motion on Sunday.
Dec 21, 2012 3-46
It looks like alot of people are getting things wrong here. There has been an election and one party is saying that something didn't go right and therefore, they're taking the matter to court, what's wrong with that?, This is democracy and things should be done through the constitutional framework.If the other party believes truly that they won the elections then what's the issue of this 'give it to God' matter and Ghana want peace etc. who said taking a matter to court means chaos. Let the supreme court determines whether the elections was rigged or not.
Dec 20, 2012 11-23
NANA,STOP WASTING OUR BLOODY TIME AND THINK OF SOMETHING MORE PROFITABLE AND BENEFICIAL GHANAIANS.
Dec 20, 2012 9-27
@ Gold Kotoku, Keep on loving Ghana but I think you are an illiterate because only an illiterate will believe that court action breeds WAR. Please use your mind and stop allowing a group of bush pple to dictate for you.
Dec 20, 2012 6-07
Clearly, people can never be satisfied unless the truth is told. Let everybody be rest assured that when the court settles this, it is final. It is for the purpose of strengthening our democracy that we have to go to court. I believe posterity will judge us if this thing is not settled once and for all.
Dablaka Kordzo Agbeko
Dec 20, 2012 4-39
Hakuna Matata, means No worry Ghana shall continue to live in harmony and peace ,,,, Nana you must agree that you lost the elections and the rest of your Gurus.
Voltarians and Northners are always ready to vote true leaders....
Dec 20, 2012 2-06
If Nana has reservations about election result why do you want him to keep quiet. We want peace does not mean one must be cheated
Dec 20, 2012 0-19
Justice first my brother, the supreme court will determine. This is a temporal transition team.