Abu Ramadan heads back to court over voters' register judgement

Abu Ramadan heads back to court over voters' register judgement

The former national youth organiser of the Peoples National Convention, (PNC), Abu Ramadan, is set to return to the Supreme Court to seek clarity on its May 5 ruling on the deletion of names of persons who used National Health Insurance cards as proof of identity in the voters’ register.

Abu Ramadan heads back to court over voters' register judgement

Abu Ramadan

The court’s judgement has divided Ghanaians, including legal experts, as to whether it called for the EC to immediately delete the names of NHIS card holders from the register.

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While the EC insists that there is no express directive from the court on the exact time and the methodology for the removal of names of NHIS card holders, the plaintiffs claim that the court ordered the commission to immediately remove such names before the November polls.

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Abu Ramadan's legal team will file an application at the country’s apex court by close of this week to put to rest the controversy over the interpretation of the ruling, according to Accra-based Citi FM.

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