With barely a month to go for the December 7 general elections, candidates of the two major political candidates, President Mahama of the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC) and Nana Addo of the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) are leaving no stone unturned.
Both candidates have toured the length and breadth of the country vigurously canvassing for votes and laying out their manifesto plans.
Where as Nana Addo has promised among others to construct an irrigation dam in every region of the Northern sector aside establishing factories in each of the constituencies in Ghana, President Mahama remains committed to his transformation agenda of providing more jobs in 2017.
But in the midst of the heated political campaign, both incumbent and main opposition parties (NDC, NPP) are rejecting any forms of election-related votes.
But how prepared is the EC in the wake of Ghana's heated preparedness to the December polls? This interview by the BBC with EC boss, Charlotte Osei, answers this question:
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