NDC executives are crying ahead of Monday, December 7

NDC executives are crying ahead of Monday, December 7

- Executives of the NDC in the Northeast Region are crying foul of possible intimidation

- The allege that the NPP parliamentary candidate there is plotting to cause mayhem

- Over 6000 security forces have been deployed to check all forms of possible violence

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The opposition NDC in the Northeast Region is accusing the NPP parliamentary candidate for Yagaba/Kubori, Mustapha Isuf, of a plan to cause mayhem and disruption on election day tomorrow.

Regional Executives of the party at a press conference claim the NPP parliamentary candidate plans to use government sponsored thugs who will attempt to intimidate voters in the party strongholds in the constituency.

NDC executives are crying ahead of Monday, December 7
A little over 17 million Ghanaians will head for polls on Monday to elect a president. Photo source: Stock Photos/Electoral Commission of Ghana
Source: UGC

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The party's communication Officer, Imoro Abdul Razak, who addressed the media, however warned the NDC will resist any form of intimidation on the day of election.

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“We are very alert against any form of intimidation. Let this be a warning to our colleagues on the other side that we will not tolerate any form of unfair practice,” he warned.

Meanwhile, the Electoral Commission of Ghana has published a graphical representation of all the information voters need to know about before, during and after casting their ballot on December 7th.

NDC executives are crying ahead of Monday, December 7
EC guidelines ahead of Monday's polls. Source: Electoral Commission of Ghana
Source: Facebook

Punishable offences include compelling someone to vote for a particular candidate, having your name in the voters register in more than one polling station, to be in possession of another person’s Voter’s ID card, to attempt to vote before the polls open at 7am or after it closes at 5pm, to forge or destroy a ballot paper, among other offenses.

In all, 17,027,641 eligible voters will be casting their ballots on Monday, December 7 across 33,396 polling stations in the country.

Stakes are so high for both candidates. A win for Akufo Addo will virtually retire John Dramani Mahama in his ambition for the presidency. A win for John Mahama will also make Akufo Addo the first President in the history of the NPP to be a one-term president.

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The University of Ghana department of political science, in a recent poll, declared President Akufo Addo as the probable winner of the 2020 elections. John Mahama of the NDC rubbished the poll stating he is still confident of emerging victorious.

Ahead of the polls on Monday, December 7, The Election security task force, estimated at 6000 personnel, has been deployed across the country ahead of the polls on Monday.

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Ghana has been praised across the world for peaceful elections since the 4th Republic. The country has often been set aside as a reference point of successful elections and peaceful transition of power. To this end, international and local election observers are looking out for “the peaceful Ghana we all know”.

The Ghana Police Service says voters who come over the polling station with party branded face masks will not be allowed to vote. Public relations officer of the Ghana Police Service, explained this is part of measures to keep the election process safe.

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