The Daily Graphic: encourages eligible voters to adopt an all hands on deck approach to compile a credible voters register as the EC voter registration enters the last phase of the exercise. While encouraging eligible voters’ to take advantage of the last phase to register, the Graphic appeals to politicians and party officials to avoid busing people to registration centres or attempting to prevent people from registering. It reminds prospective voters to avail themselves to cross check their names and voting centres during the voters’ exhibition which will take place after the Registration. It also calls on other stakeholders including the security agencies to up their game in facilitating the grounds for the electoral officials to conduct the last phase of the exercise in a peaceful and conducive atmosphere.
The Ghanaian Times: Lauds the Ghana AIDS Commission for restocking health facilities in the country with Anti–Retroviral Drugs, ARVs. It says the shortage of ARVs has dire implications on persons living with HIV and endangers progress made in UNAIDS 90-90-90 target. The Times therefore urges government to take immediate steps to facilitate the importation of more ARVs into the country amidst the COVID-19 restrictions to avert another shortage.