Currently all eyes are on the elections going on in the United States of America. It has been one of the Hottest issue in the world now as Donald Trump and Biden are battling over winning votes to claim the seat of the president.
One of Ghana’s popular journalist, Afia Pokuaa popularly known as Vhim lady is currently in the United States of America giving updates on what is going on in the U.S elections.
She recently took to her Facebook wall and wrote an update on the U.S current elections. She wrote:
“Trump and the Republican party have sued over stolen votes in Arizona, Pennsylvania and Michigan and Georgia. Now the courts will decide on who wins the 2020 elections”
It seems Donald Trump is not pleased with the counting of votes in Arizona, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia and thus he has taken the matter to court where the court will decide on who wins the election 2020 in the United Statses of America according Afia Pokuaa.
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