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21-Aug-2015  
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Polister Ben Ephson has stated that the opposition New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) evidence brought to the public domain revealing foreigners in Ghana’s voters’ register was skewed to score cheap political points.

According to him, the claim of Togolese nationals having flooded the current Ghana’s electoral album is only a slanted case, insisting that this largely did not happen in the border regions alone.

Speaking in an interview  on Kasapa  FM on Wednesday, Mr. Ephson maintained that relatively there are explicit cases of this trend that happened elsewhere in other regions like the Eastern and the Greater Accra regions.



Mr Ephson, however, wondered why the NPP would make selective analysis in their episode of the foreign nationals registering in Ghana, saying that this stands to defeat a good work done by the opposition party.

“The issue of non-Ghanaian registration could not only occur in the border towns alone-places like the Eastern and Greater Accra regions are all involved. I suppose this might be a slanted case targeted to score political points.”

The NPP on Tuesday petitioned the Electoral Commission to have the voters register replaced with a new one insisting that the current album had at least 76,286 potential matches in it compared to that of neighbouring Togo, hence, must be scrapped.

 
 
Source: Daily Heritage
 
 

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