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EC dismisses NDC’s claims of deleting members from voters’ register

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The Electoral Commission (EC) has dismissed claims by the NDC that it has deliberately removed names of its members from the voters’ register.

In a statement, the Commission insisted that at every point, they have provided factual, accurate and evidence-based information to stakeholders on voter statistics per region, district, gender, age among others.

The NDC has made allegations that the party has detailed reports to back claims that the EC deliberately deleted the names of registered voters from the register.

This forced the party’s flagbearer, John Mahama, to call off his tour of the Bono Region for a meeting where the reports are to be presented to him to decide on the next line of action.

Mr. Mahama is expected to speak on the alleged irregularities in the electoral process today.

Ahead of that, the EC has said the allegations are false.

The Electoral Commission says it is a paradox to suggest that the same Commission which has been fair and transparent will now seek to remove persons from the Voters’ Register.

It says had that been the agenda of the Commission, it would not have given detailed information to Stakeholders throughout the Registration process.

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