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OPINION: Another limited registration wahala announced by the Electoral Commission

The Electoral Commission (EC) intends to embark on a limited registration exercise starting from the 12th of September 2023 to the 2nd of October 2023, ahead of the District Assembly Elections.

For whatever reason, the EC has decided not to do it at the Electoral Areas, but at the District Offices.

This implies that to have your name in the voters register, you must not just have your passport or Ghana card, you must bus yourself to the district capital where the district offices of the EC are located.

In case you don't have any of the two documents, you must be sound financially to bus two other family members to the district capital to vouch for you.

For the past 2 years, no registration exercise has taken place - as such we are talking about our children and siblings who have attained the ages of 18, 19, and 20 years.

Only God can tell why this EC wants to engage in voter suppression by frustrating as many people as possible.

It looks like all Nana Addo's appointees don't want peace.

He appoints people who enjoy problems.

People who can not think for themselves or have questionable intentions.

This decision is bad, and we must protest against it.

Before that, let us put in place all efforts and preparation, however difficult they will be.

I have started imagining the long queues and the problems that come with it.

It is a hurdle we must cross, and we will cross it successfully, Insha Allah !!!

Very soon, this cup will be lifted off our heads. Better days ahead.


Credit: Godwin Ako Gunn, Deputy National Communications Officer, National Democratic Congress

NOTE: Views expressed are solely that of the writer. cannot be held liable or sued for defamation.



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