EC intentionally omitted some names from the register – Alex Segbefia alleges
Alex Segbefia, deputy campaign manager of the National Congress of Democracy (NDC), accused the Election Commission (EC) of deliberately removing certain names from the electoral roll.
This was after the committee admitted that this was a mistake.
Sebefia said on Citi TV’s event program on Saturday that the European Community had been dishonest to Ghanaians and insisted that the exception in the register was intentional.
“In Ashaiman, our members of parliament remain vigilant to ensure that 21,000 missing names are found in the register, including those of parliamentarians. The worst thing is that when it was brought to the attention of the European Community, they did not raise their arms and said it was We were dealing with an error or problem, they turned around, changed the register and made a request. New register. They never admitted that 21,000 names were missing. This is dishonest behavior. This is not a mistake, this It was deliberate.
He went on to say that the party has evidence that the European Community intends to remove the names of registered voters from the register in order to deprive them of the right to vote in the upcoming December polls.
In addition, there is a problem with the duplication of the names and voter identification numbers of registered voters.
Remember, John Dramani Mahama, the standard bearer of the National Democratic Party, announced at a press conference in Accra on Thursday that his running partner Jane Nana Opku Aji Professor Man’s voter ID number has been repeated.
The party claimed that it would not accept any defective election results on December 7.
“We will not accept the result of a flawed election. Of course we will not consider, nor will we shirk our civil liability, and allow the European Commission to usurp the people in the December 7 polls out of malice or powerlessness. Authority,” he said.
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