- Spokesperson for the Electoral Commission, Eric Kofi Dzakpasu has been moved to the Volta Region
- Mr Kofi Dzakpasu is one of the over 30 officers to be affected by the mass transfer
The Electoral Commission (EC) has hinted at a massive shakeup in the various departments of the institution.
New departments are expected to be created, while some personnel are also expected to be transferred.
This was revealed by the deputy EC Chairperson in charge of Corporate Services, Dr. Eric Bossman Asare.
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He said the elections management body has made several reviews as part of the ongoing restructuring process.
“The commission has undertaken several review activities and I can say even on authority that within the shortest possible time; at most within three months, we should have a well-functioning communications unit,” Dr. Bossman told Accra-based Citi FM.
“Even [when] you go to IT, procurement, legal [departments] – there are several places we are looking at so some of it, when we conclude, they will be made public for you to have the full information,” he added.
Reports suggest some key personnel at the EC Headquarters will be transferred out as part of the restructuring.
The Commission’s Director of Finance, Joseph Kwaku Asamoah is expected to be moved to the Ashanti Region to head the Commission’s Training Centre there.
Meanwhile, the current Head of Communication for the Commission, Eric Kofi Dzakpasu is also expected to be moved to the Volta Region as Regional Director.
The shakeup is also expected to affect Deputy Yussif Ayuba, who is set be moved to a district office of the EC.
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