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NDC Participated In EC’s Pilot Exercise To Note Errors – Asiedu Nketiah



General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketiah has revealed he directed party officials to partake in the Electoral Commission’s (EC) pilot testing of the new voter’s register to note the errors and gather evidence to make a case.

According to him the NDC wants to have a solid case against the EC’s decision to compile a new voter’s register therefore it was necessary to partake in the exercise to gather evidence and solidify their case.

Speaking on Okay FM’s Ade Akye Abia Morning Show, Asiedu Nketiah said, “all of us must be a witness to it so that if the pilot exercise flops then based on it, we can confidently say it will not work. But if we fail to participate and the EC comes out to say that everything was successful, how can you then debunk or discredit that?”

“So, I gave the directive that everybody should participate in the pilot exercise to note the errors…and so far, the reports we are receiving confirm what we have been saying all along and we will exhibit evidence to buttress our point”, he said.

Speaking on observations gathered from the pilot testing, Asiedu Nketiah claimed it takes almost 10 minutes for just one person to fully complete the process of acquiring a card under the new voters registration exercise.

He opines that if on the average 500 people are supposed to be registered at a centre in a day, it will be highly impossible for the electoral body to meet its six days target of registering all eligible persons in order to conclude the exercise.

“As we are hearing that it can take 10 minutes for the EC officials to register one person at a particular centre, if you are not there to take this evidence, you will not know. For every centre, they are supposed to register averagely 500 a day, then in 6 days that will be 3,000. And if they use 10 minutes to register one person, mathematically, the measures put in place by the EC is wrong”, he claimed.



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Dead Covid-Patients Are Buried In Unmarked Graves With No Tombstone In Ghana



Persons who die from the Coronavirus disease are denied their privilege of luxury as they are buried in unmarked graves without tombstone in Ghana, Joseph Asitanga, the Coordinator and Supervisor of COVID-19 burials in the Greater Accra has revealed.

He said it was done to stop the deceased from being stigmatized hence the use of unmarked graves.

Though families in Ghana usually would love to build tombstones as a way of expressing how much they cherished their beloved when they lived, they would no longer have such luxury courtesy COVID-19.

Mr. Asitanga expounded saying, “When we put blockwork to cement the grave it retards easy decomposition of the body and the possibility of collection and evaporation of whatever organisms that is there to also come to cause more sickness. For the entire grave here for the purpose of stigmatization, we did not allow labeling and naming of graves.”

The death toll Of COVID-19 as at today is 129 in the country with about 48 deceased persons so far buried at the Awudome Cemetery in Accra.


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NDC Sues EC Over Voter Registration Exercise In Senior High Schools



Information gathered from Citi News suggest that, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has sued the Electoral Commission over the later’s decision to organise voter registration exercise in Senior High Schools (SHS).

The Electoral Commission of Ghana, yesterday announced of deployment of registration officials to various Senior High Schools in the country.

However, the opposition NDC and some media personalities were not in agreement with the decision. They argued that, there are increase in cases of covid-19 infections and called for the closure of schools.

Meanwhile, the Minister of Education, Hon. Mathew Opoku Prempeh also refute their assertions to close down schools. To the minister, it would be a sin for him to close down schools. He was of the view that, if students are allowed to go to school, it will prevent them from rape predators hence the need for them to be in school.


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Akufo-Addo Urges Ghanaians To Queue And Register Despite ‘Hiding’ In Isolation – Ghanaians React Angrily



The President of The Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has rallied Ghanaians to rise up and register in their numbers in order to vote in the 2020 elections despite the glaring threat of COVID-19.

Despite the numerous calls to the President to cease the voters registration exercise, His Excellency seems determined to see an end to the exercise come what may, even COVID.

Various stakeholders, including the Ghana Medical Association and many CSO’s have warned against the continued registration exercise looking at the rising number of daily infections, yet the exercise continues nonetheless.

The President who has been under precautionary isolation after being exposed to a COVID-19 positive patient within his circle has urged Ghanaians to go out and register.

The President’s post did not sit down well with many Ghanaians who responded to his tweet chastizing him for being too focused on power at the expense of lives.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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