NPP to fight Togolese voters on December 7

NPP to fight Togolese voters on December 7

The main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) has reignited flames of suspicion concerning the presence of Togolese nationals on the voters register.

Togolese on register

John Peter Amewu insists there is a conspiracy to have Togolese vote

The Volta regional chairman of the NPP, John Peter Amewu, claims the party is 100 percent sure that the electoral commission is plotting to have Togolese vote in the December 7 elections.

To this effect, the NPP has issued a strong warning to all Togolese intending to take part in the upcoming elections to rescind their decision as the party launches their 'Operation Eagle Eye’ project.

Togolese on register

The NPP had earlier revealed that Togolese nationals were on the register

Meanwhile, the deputy general secretary of the NDC, Koku Anyidohu debuked the claims insisting that the NPP running mate, Dr Bawumia lied when he said the voters register to be used for the 2016 has some Togolese on it.

The electoral commission (EC) has also come out to debunk those claims insisting that the voters register has been cleaned and thus ready for the December 7 elections.

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