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Prevent defending the Electoral Commission – Franklin Cudjoe to NPP [ARTICLE]

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He reported the shambolic compilation of the voters register has revealed the inefficiencies of the Jean Mensa led Electoral Fee.

The social commentator also advised the ruling New Patriotic Social gathering (NPP) to desist from defending them.

Inspite of his earlier conclusion to stay mute on matters relating to the EC, the IMANI president took to his Facebook website page, Friday, September 25, 2020, to communicate on the challenge.

“In true reality, the so-named numerous registrations are plainly the fault of the ‘super biometric machines’ touted as better than the successfully genuine ones that served us without the need of a great deal problems but procured as a result of murky indicates, and now performing its untested purpose in generating numerous identities at will. All these for $150m! Incompetence is an understatement. They continue to won’t be able to quit lying also. I assume the ruling social gathering must now abandon its unalloyed guidance for the EC and check with them to sit up”.

He further stated he’s taken aback that the Normal Secretary of the NPP, John Boadu, mentioned persons who experienced their names lacking or duplicated could vote on election day even when the EC does not solve the challenge.

EC boss Jean Mensa

EC boss Jean Mensa

He was of the look at that towing that line would imply he’s aiding and abetting contraband voting.

“I cringed when I listened to my brother John Boadu, common secretary of the ruling celebration implies, that if unresolved, the self-imposed mess can only be undone by allowing any person with an EC- created card to vote on D-day. No! Mr. Boadu, that would be aiding and abetting contraband voting and an escape route for those who managed to snatch $150m from us by accomplishing vanishing functions.”



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