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‘Nana Akufo-Addo will resign Mahama in 2020 Election’ – Evans Nimako


The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Director of Elections, Mr. Evans Nimako has said he is certain President Nana Akufo-Addo will end previous President, John Mahama’s desires of driving the nation again as President after the 2020 surveys.

Tending to Ghana’s voter enlistment process in a meeting on Citi TV’s The Point of View on Monday, Mr. Nimako opined that previous President John Mahama “never helped” the nation as President, subsequently the requirement for him to “take some rest”.

He likewise blamed the resistance National Democratic Congress for at first conspiring to disrupt the entire voter enrollment work out.

“At this stage, Nana Akufo-Addo will resign Mr. Mahama for good. He needs to take some rest, he never made a difference. The NDC’s position has been that they didn’t need a tidied up register for the 2020 presidential and parliamentary decisions”.

Mr. Evans Nimako was, be that as it may, brimming with acclaim for the Electoral Commission drove by Jean Mensa.

As per him, the EC, along with NPP surveying operators, should have been praised for acceptable work done during the voter enrollment work out.

“Fortunately, we have gotten it, I think this entire voter enlistment process has been exceptionally effective. I will utilize this chance to laud the EC for a decent work done,” he included.

EC closes mop-up enrollment work out

The Electoral Commission (EC) on Sunday, August 9, 2020, finished the two-day mop-up practice as a follow-up to the authority 37-day voter enlistment to guarantee a tenable register for the presidential and parliamentary races.

The activity began on June 30 and authoritatively finished on August 6, in 33,367 surveying stations, which was done in six stages with each stage appointed six days for qualified candidates to enlist.

This was trailed by the two-day mop-up practice on Saturday, August 8 to Sunday, August 9, 2020, at the different area workplaces of the EC the nation over to empower qualified candidates who couldn’t enroll in the mass enlistment exercise to do as such.

The Commission anticipated to enroll a sum of 15 million residents however a little over 16.6 million were enlisted on the most recent day of the 37-day work out.


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