Leader of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare has urged Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensah to prove to Ghanaians that she’s not at the commission to serve the interest of the ruling government but the citizenry.
According to the Bishop, sometimes when women are appointed into positions, many think they’re used as puppets by their employees therefore this elections is the time for Mrs Jean Mensah to prove herself to Ghanaians.
“She must leave a legacy of being a very neutral referee. At times people think that when women are appointed into a position they can be used as puppets. She should prove that she is not a puppet. If she does that she will go in our history books”.
“This a very testing election because we have a former president who has served one term and an incumbent president who has also served one term and they all want to have a second term so this a history-making election. I would want to encourage the EC to make her face like a flint and go for it and be neutral”, Agyinasare told Joy News.