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Nationwide voters registration ends today with mop-up at weekend

Accra The nationwide Voters Registration exercise being undertaken by Electoral Commission (EC) will officially end on Thursday, August 6.   However, a mop-up exercise will be done on Saturday, August 8 and Sunday, August 9.   The exercise, which started on June 30, was conducted in six phases in about 33,000 registration centres.   Although

Sunyani MCE congratulates EC, electorates for successful registration exercise

  Sunyani Madam Justina Owusu-Banahene, the Sunyani Municipal Chief Executive, on Thursday congratulated the Electoral Commission for a successful voter’s registration exercise.   She said the exercise would greatly guarantee the credibility of Election 2020 and consolidate the gains of Ghana’s fledgling democracy.   She advised all registered voters to safely keep their identification cards

Effective planning, implementation and public cooperation is our magic – EC

Accra The Electoral Commission has said the implementation of its strategic plan for the Voters Registration and the cooperation from the public has made the exercise successful.   The exercise, which started on June 30, was conducted in six phases in about 33,000 registration centres and officially ended today (August 6, 2020).   Mr Samuel

“Team Palmer not disappointed over CAS delay” – Ebo Appiah

Accra Mr. Ebo Appiah, a member of team Wilfred Kweku Osei popularly known as “Palmer” has maintained that his side is not disappointed over the delay in the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) ruling involving Palmer and the Ghana Football Association (GFA).   On Monday, August 4, both parties involved in the case and

CHAG Director commends Akatsi South EC and registrants

Akatsi (V/R)  Mr Benedict Samuel Nugblega, the Director of Human Resource at the Christian Health Association of Ghana (CHAG), has commended the people in the area for tolerance and comportment in the ongoing voter registration exercise.   He said the peace and the sense of patriotism displayed by the registrants at the centres were commendable