Limited Voter Registration: John Boadu Tours Eastern Region

The General Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr. John Boadu on Saturday, June 29 visited 3 of the Electoral Commission offices in the Krobo Land area with some national and regional officers of the NPP to monitor the progress of the ongoing limited voters registration exercise ongoing.

He started his tour from the Yilo Krobo Municipality where he was welcomed by Hon. Ebenezer Tetteh Kupualor, MCE for the area and some party executives before visiting the Electoral Commission office where he expressed high level of satisfaction at the operations at the Yilo Krobo Constituency electoral commission office.

The high powered delegation led by the general secretary of the NPP continued to Asuogyaman District where they also visited the Electoral Commission office in the area before ending their very busy day at the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality.

Mr. John Boadu and his high powered entourage were welcomed by NPP faithfuls in the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality led by Hon. Simon Kweku Tetteh, MCE for the area and Hon. Charles Kwesi Borkor, Lower Manya Krobo Constituency Chairman of the NPP at the Electoral Commission office in the area at Nuaso Newtown.

The general secretary of the NPP had the opportunity to engaged with some of the new voters who are in readiness to be registered before meeting with the leadership of the Electoral Commission in the area.

He entreated the Electoral Commission officers in the Lower Manya Krobo Constituency to exercise patients with the citizens who are qualified and determined to have the voters ID cards since it is their right.m

He called the situation he witnessed at Lower Manya Krobo Municipality as true manifestation of the growth in the democratic standards in Ghana as he challenged all the MMDA’S to try to respect the rule of law for a peaceful coexistence during and after national elections for the development of the only Ghana we all have.


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