Full Supreme Court judgment on voter’s register

The Supreme Court on Thursday, May 5, ordered the Electoral Commission to expunge from the voters’ register names of all persons who registered in the 2012 elections, with the National Health Insurance Card as a proof of identity.

The Supreme Court made the statement in its ruling in a case brought before it by a former National Youth Organizer of the People’s National Convention (PNC), Abu Ramadan and one Evans Nimako, who were challenging the credibility of the current register.

In the wake of this recent ruling by the country’s apex court directing the EC to clean the electoral roll, the EC in a statement said it will respect the directive from the court.

Click here to view the full Supreme Court judgment.

By: citifmonline.com/Ghana