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New Voters register will not save your non-performance in the General Elections – Wa Central MP to NPP

The Member of Parliament ( MP) for Wa Central Constituency, Dr. Rashid Pelpuo has said the non-performance of the NPP government will be a key and persuasive factor for Ghanaians to vote them out come December 7, 2020.

The Supreme Court (SC) has unanimously ruled for the Electoral Commission to continue with its decision to compile the voters register for the upcoming 2020 General Elections.

This has come after the NDC and a private citizen, Mark Takyi Benson challenged the decision of the commission at the highest court over its decision.

The leader and flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NPP), John Dramani Mahama expressed his disappointment with the SC’s ruling and asked Ghanaians to get their names on the new register in order to vote out the NPP.

Some political analysts are of the view that a new voters register would perpetuate the incumbency of the government in 2020.

In an interview with Home Radio on Friday, June 26 2020, the MP observed that the NPP has failed Ghanaians since taking the realms of government in 2016.

“The NPP government has failed to provide opportunities to improve the lives of the ordinary Ghanaian but has found opportunities for party surrogates to amass wealth.” he said

Dr. Rashid Pelpuo added that the non-performance of the NPP government is visible to every Ghanaian which he believed will provide basis for the people to vote the NPP out.

The Majority leader, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has said the NDC would never win any elections if a new voters register is compiled.

But according to the Wa Central legislator, the NDC will win the 2020 elections with or without a new register.

Dr. Rashid Pelpuo called on every Ghanaian to exercise their constitutional right by participating in the new voter registration exercise to be eligible to vote in the general elections.

 

Adil Fuseini

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