At an emergency meeting at the headquarters of the Electoral Commission (EC), there was uncertainty over the miscalculations reported after the presidential elections.
Information is sketchy, but the paper is told that the meeting began at 2 pm with uncertainty and blame game about the failure of the EC IT Consultant, Dr. Yaw-Ofori-Adjei, headed by the IT department.
The department was accused of feeding Jean Mensa ahead of delivery with inaccurate numbers.
The conversation was said to have shown that the IT department understood that the software used to compile the findings was inaccurate and that incorrect numbers had been churned out.
The defective software is said to be responsible for the changes reported since its announcement last Wednesday on the presidential results.
All the commissioners, directors, and other EC executives will be present at the conference.
It’s uncertain what the meeting’s outcome will be.
The Herald’s knowledge was that Dr. Kwadwo Afari had a first-class mathematician, David Adeenze Kanga, as one of his deputies, in his administration to avoid such a situation.
With regard to numbers, he assisted with estimates and others but such humiliating events never occurred.
It is uncertain if the EC has any such personality with a Mr. Kanga degree of maturity.
John Dramani Mahama, the NDC candidate, declared that he would not endorse the result.
Supporters of Mr. Mahama are on the streets demanding a stolen verdict and fictionalized outcomes.