Jean-Pierre Fabre, the president of Togo’s opposition political party, Alliance Nationale pour le Changement (ANC), has denied in a communique issued in Lome on January 7, 2016 making any statements about a refusal by the Togolese Electoral Commission to provide its counterpart in Ghana, the NPP with a copy of its voters register.
According to the communiqué, Mr Masseme Esse’s presentation in the Ghanaian media as an Advisor and speaking in their leader’s name was false.
The ANC said rather, they were aware Mr Masseme is a supporter of the party who lives and works in Germany but never an advisor as he claimed; neither does he occupy any position or place in the party.
Whilst acknowledging the fact that whatever Masseme said was his opinion, the statement emphasized he had no right to speak on behalf of the ANC, as a party, let alone in the name of the President on any subject whatsoever.
Masseme, claiming to be an Advisor to Mr Fabre granted an interview to some Ghanaian radio stations last week and purporting to be speaking for the leader of the largest opposition political party in Togo, said the ANC was “bemused” by reports that the Togolese Electoral Commission declined to provide its counterpart in Ghana with a copy of its register for verification of the soft copy of the register used by NPP in its analysis to back their calls for a new voters register.