Tension Brews As NPP Central Tongu Youth Organizer Disagrees With Critics To Extend Limited Voter Registration Exercise

In a press statement issued on Monday  May 2024, the NPP outspoken politician mentioned that the 21 days duration for the limited voters  registration is enough and Ghanaians must work hard to meet the timeline of this important exercise.

Tension Brews As NPP Central Tongu Youth Organizer Disagrees With Critics To Extend Limited Voter Registration Exercise

THE Youth Organsier of the Central Tongu Constituency in the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Volta Region, Edward Confidence Dunyo Abakaliki, has described the clarion calls from some political parties and individuals to extend the twenty (21) days limited voters registration conducted by Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana as pre matured and irrelevant.

In a press statement issued on Monday  May 2024, the NPP outspoken politician mentioned that the 21 days duration for the limited voters  registration is enough and Ghanaians must work hard to meet the timeline of this important exercise.

According to him, the Electoral commission has many days ahead to enable the eligible voters to register their political right. 

The youth commander has pushed few questions to the said people pushing for the the agenda he described as pre matured and baseless.

He questioned that why the calls at an early days where there are few days ahead of the commission to register more applicants?

He asked that is it because those concerned has find out that there are more applicants to attain the ages of 18 after the 29th May deadline whom they want to get registered ?

The commander asked those who qualified to register to quickly find their way to the registration centres and get their names registered now. 

He further asked was there people who could not get their time to register and in this sense, he called on EC to remain focus and render the constitutional mandate to Ghanaians. 

Mr. Abakaliki in his conclusion asked all Ghanaians to allow the EC to do what the Constitution mandated the Commission to do.