- The Electoral Commission of Ghana has engaged the services of 18 technocrats ahead of the 2016 elections
- EC boss, Charlotte Osei reveals the move is to ensure a far more credible elections come November 7th.
- The 18 member committee includes officials from the Ghana Police, Peace Council and even the Prisons Service
The Electoral Commission through its commissioner, Charlotte Osei has inaugurated an election steering committee ahead of the November 7th general elections.
The 18 member committee headed by the EC chair is expected to coordinate all activities within the electoral process just so a free and fair general election in achieved.
Members of the committee have thus been selected from various technocratic settings from the Peace Council to the Ghana Police Service - an arrangement the EC chair, Charlotte Osei reveals is to see a boost in the confidence of the EC come the much anticipated general elections.