NPP/EC Plan to use Adjudication Committee to Expunge Ewes & None-Akan Names from Register

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Flawless Information picked by from the corridors of Electoral Commission of Ghana has indicated that the Review Committee set-up by the Electoral Commission, EC is a well calculated plan mainly to expunge Ewes and None-Akan registrants.

The Jean Adukwei Mensah and Dr. Bossman Asare set-up a 16 member Adjudication Review Committee, ARC tasked mainly to allegedly reduce number of registered people from the Volta and Northern Regions.

As part of the committee’s mandate, our source said they would target names familiar with Ewe and Muslims to be expunged from the new voters register to give the Nana Addo led ruling NPP the urge over the NDC ahead of 2020 elections.

“Although not all th Ewes and Muslims names would be expunged in order not raise suspicion but it will be such that the number of voters in the aforementioned regions could be reduced”, he stated.

According to our source, EC would excuse it with multiple registration and detection of foreign national.

This portal can report that series of meetings were held between the ruling New Patriotic Party NPP and the Electoral Commissioners to hatch this plans ‘B’ to reduce the number of registered voters from the NDC strongholds before the December polls.

Electoral Commission (EC) on Wednesday outdoored a 16-member ARC with the mandate to review and address the case of so-called multiple registrants.

The ARC, which is chaired by Mr Samuel Tettey, Deputy EC Chairman in Charge of Operations has members from the Commission, Political Party Representatives; and representatives from selected Civil Society Originations.

They, in accordance with Constitutional Instrument 92, would submit the report of the ARC to the Chairperson of the Commission for authentication and approval.

Meanwhile, the opposition NDC is urging the EC to focus on areas that was characterised with violence and broken down of registration equipments.

Source: News Desk

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