- John Mahama has begged Ghanaians to go out and register in the EC's registration exercise
- He made the appeal while addressing a crowd of people and chiefs in the Tongor Area of South Dayi in the Volta Region
- His plea for Ghanaians to partake in the voters' registration exercise has drawn both criticism and praise from Ghanaians
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Despite the disagreements the NDC has with the Electoral Commission, it has called on Ghanaians to partake in the voters' registration.
Former President, John Dramani Mahama, asked Ghanaians to participate in any form of voter registration exercise undertaken by the EC in the build-up to the 2020 general elections.
Addressing a crowd of people and chiefs, Mahama noted that the NDC's disagreement with the EC will not undermine the democracy of the country should the Supreme Court not rule in their favor.
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His comments have drawn some reactions from Ghanaians. Some criticised him while others lauded him for taking democracy into consideration.
Turkson believes Mahama has become wiser.
Qwesi believes Mahama put democracy before politics.
Tiwa believes John Mahama is wiser.
Niney said the problem was with the requirements needed before being able to register.
Sulemana said the NDC is a double standard party as Mahama makes U-turn on the voters' register.
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Meanwhile, the Supreme Court gave judgment on EC's decision to reject the existing voters' ID card as a form of identification for the new voters' roll today.
The court gave judgment as to whether or not the EC is required by law to accept an existing voters’ card as a form of identification.
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