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The Chief Executive Officer of Marrer Ghana Limited, Susatgad Boat Building and Fishing Industry, Mr. Novihoho Afaglo has passionately appealed to Ghanaians who have attained the voting age and those without voter identification cards to ensure they participate in the ongoing Electoral Commission’s Limited Voter Registration Exercise.

According to him, the ongoing EC’s Limited Voter Registration Exercise is the only eligible means Ghanaians who have attained 18 years and those without voter Identification cards can exercise their franchise in the 2024 general elections.

Mr. Afaglo charged the people to take the exercise seriously because that is the only way Ghanaians can vote out the corrupt New Patriotic Party (NPP) government from power come 2024.

He accused EC’s decision to restrict voter registration centers to district head offices as a grand scheme to disenfranchise many Ghanaians who by the constitution qualify to exercise their voting right.

“The EC’s led Mrs. Jean Mensah and the Nana Akufo-Addo government partnership to do the limited voter registration exercise in only district offices are all ways and means to deprive and discourage angry Ghanaians who have vowed to boot out the incompetent government,” he stated.

He revealed that in some parts of the country, before one accesses the district capital would cost close to GHS 100.00 or some places more so lots of the people will feel reluctant to register to vote.

“If it’s not a grand scheme to rig the election for the NPP, why would they restrict it to the district offices knowing well that it has the potential to deprive many eligible voters of their right to register to vote in public elections.”

Mr. Afaglo therefore called on party faithful, parents, philanthropists and any individual who is tired of the ‘wicked’ NPP government rule to support those in their area who are eligible to go register in the ongoing exercise to vote out the NPP government.

The limited voter registration will be conducted for eligible Ghanaians who turned 18 years old after the 2020 registration exercise and other eligible voters from September 12, 2023, to October 2, 2023.

The exercise will be held at all 268 district offices of the EC across the country.

Source: Peacefmonline.com



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