Former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang-Rawlings has raised suspicions over the stance taken by some political parties during the two-day stakeholders forum on the voters register as she has alleged that some political parties were bribed to take certain compromised positions regarding whether or not the current voters' register be changed.
In an interview with TV3 in Accra, the former first lady who doubles as the founder and leader of the National Democratic Party revealed the essence of the forum was not felt as most if not all political parties never addressed the crux of the topic at hand.
Konadu Agyemang-Rawlings therefore charged the Electoral Commission to rather “talk to professionals, who can see into these things and then get your opinion even as you want to talk to party leaders on these things”.
Meanwhile, the National Democratic Party has thrown its weight behind calls for the change of the current voters' register. Acting General Secretary of the party, Mohammed Frimpong made this known stating that,
Electoral commission has warned that opening a new voters’ register was bound to spark chaos in the country arguing that considering the entrenched positions by the NDC and NPP could spark tensions in the country should the EC consider opening a new voters register.