Some Ghanaians have taken to social media to express their disappointment in the Electoral Commission (EC), after a deputy commissioner, Dr. Bossman Asare made a statement.
His statement was in reaction to reports of altercations between EC officials and some members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
A recently held Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) meeting developed into a heated debate between officials from both sides, an incident that gained media attention.
Taking to Facebook, a social media platform, Dr. Asare sought to clarify issues and shed light on the circumstances under which it all started.
This did not go down well with some social media users, who expressed their views on his statement.
Mensah wondered why the EC has no public relations officer
To Adare, Dr. Asare is one of the EC's greatest challenges
Beatz hoped that the EC's social media accounts have not been hacked
Alor expressed the same fear, and hoped the message was not from Dr. Asare
Datsomor cautioned the EC officials against taking the commission as their birthright
Doe sought to draw Dr. Asare's attention to the fact that someone was sidelined for him to take the job.
Antwi meanwhile sought to find out when casual workers employed to assist with the 2018 referendum would be paid
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