The General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), John Boadu told the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to go ahead and boycott the upcoming national voter registration exercise.
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The NPP scribe says the NDC is being insincere in their decision on the new voters register.
“While demonstrating, they [NDC] are [also] motivating their people to go out there and register. So, the good people of this country shouldn’t be deceived by this deception.
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“We are waiting for the Electoral Commission to come out with the days and plan for the movement of their machines and the periods for the registration exercise for us to get ourselves registered. If the NDC believes in what they are saying, they should boycott it when it gets to the registration date. Election or registration is not compulsory in this country,” he said in an interview on Citi TV.
The NDC and some other political parties are opposing the Electoral Commission’s decision to create a new voters register ahed of the December 2020 polls.
The NDC have already held two demonstrations in Tamale and Kumasi to express their displeasure and disapproval of the move.
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Meanwhile there have been mixed reactions from Ghanaians concerning the new voter register. Also some Civil Society Organizations have kicked against the EC’s intentions.
The Electoral Commission has received an approved amount of GHS390 million by Ghana’s Parliament for the exercise.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a prophet by name Emmanuel Micah says President Nana Akufo-Addo will lose the 2020 elections because he broke his covenant with God.
According to the man of God, the NPP leader will see defeat in the December polls because he failed to build a cathedral for God.
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