The recent circulating news that has sparked massive reactions across all social media platforms was when the Electoral Commission of Ghana finally came out to settle the debate aside setting the records straight over the use of the Ghana card for voter registration ahead of the most anticipated 2024 presidential elections.
Even though the largest opposition party (NDC) has undoubtedly come out to challenge the Electoral Commission of Ghana over the use of the Ghana card as the new voter’s ID ahead of the most anticipated 2024 general elections, it seems all efforts have been futile as the Electoral Commission has finally come out to set the records straight over the alarming issue.
Speaking in a recent interview on the “AM show” on JoyNews, the spokesperson for the Electoral Commission of Ghana, Dr. Serebour Quaicoo took it upon himself to finally settle the debate over the use of the controversial Ghana card as voter’s ID for the upcoming presidential and park elections aside from highlighting that, will be used for voter’s register.
“Everybody who has been following registrations in Ghana will release that the tensions that crop up at the registration centers are related to who a Ghanaian is and who is faking. Basically, you’ll have the political parties, especially NPP and NDC at each other’s throats [about who a Ghanaian is]. We believe that if you have a Ghana Card, that issue will be addressed”, the spokesperson for the Electoral Commission of Ghana, Dr. Serebour Quaicoo emphatically revealed.
Do you think that the NDC’s Mahama will lose the 2024 presidential elections if the Ghana card is replaced with the voter’s Id as highlighted by Ghanaians even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
Do you think that the Ghana card should be used as the new voter’s register ahead of the list anticipated 2024 presidential elections even though members of the largest opposition party (NDC) claimed otherwise?
What are your thoughts after the EC finally came out to set the records straight over the use of the Ghana card ahead of the 2024 presidential elections even though most individuals claim otherwise?
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