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NDC Must Go And Prove Their ‘Missing Names’ Claim At Today’s IPAC Meeting – Ben Ephson



Pollster, Ben Ephson has entreated the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to make it a priority to attend today’s Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) meeting being organised by the Electoral Commission.

According to him, the NDC may have boycotted many of the IPAC’s meeting however, this particular one presents them the chance to lay bear their grievances over some supposed missing names in the voters’ register in some NDC strongholds.

“I think that they will be shooting themselves in the foot if they don’t attend today’s IPAC,” he said.

He told Francis Abban on the Morning Starr “well I think that today’s is different. Today’s hinges on a major issue because a credible voters register ensures credible elections. And NDC’s concerns are the heart of the credibility. So, if you make allegations, IPAC offers an opportunity and you refuse to go, what message are you sending out, blowing hot air? I’ll be surprised if the NDC does not attend today’s IPAC.”

He added “NDC will have to go and give prove over the sinister allegation that there is an attempt to target NDC supporters. And once it comes out there, the EC will be on the backpedal to ensure that these things are corrected. So, if the NDC does not go to the IPAC people will see you as blowing hot air. Go with what you have and the EC will have to correct and see that whether deliberate or not there seem to be more instances in NDC strongholds than the rest of the country.”


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