The National Democratic Congress in bid to mobilise its members to massively register for the new voters’ has launched a campaign dubbed ‘operation guaranty ten’.
The campaign seek to call on NDC members to come out in their numbers to register and ensure they guaranty for at least ten persons who do not have the required documents.
According to the NDC, each registrant is expected to guaranty ten people before leaving the registration centre. A move necessitated by the need to ensure no party sympathizer is left out of the exercise.
Speaking to the press on July 28, the Northern regional chairman of the NDC, Alhaji Ibrahim Mobila cautioned the Electoral Commission to ensure all machines to be used for the registration are in good shape.
“What I also want to appeal is this, electoral commission please listen to my advice, and we don’t want you to bring us empty machines we are farmers, we are from bush, we are coming to register and go back to farming, this is farming season. Please don’t bring us empty machines and say that there are no forms or machine spoil if machine spoil we will spoil ourselves,” he warned.
He added that the NDC will be observing all the necessary Covid-19 protocols and will ensure millions of its members register.