NDC’s Deputy General Secretary, Koku Anyidoho has vow to torment NPP’s running mate, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia if he fails to produce his 90% of Togolese on Ghana’s voters register.
He expressed worry as to why Ghanaians are not demanding the evidence from the former governor – “why are Ghanaians not asking him [Dr Bawumia] to prove his claims?”
“I do not doubt the fact that he has a PhD; I do not doubt the fact that he may have been a good banker; I do not doubt that he may have some good qualities: but, can he be trusted as he moves around canvassing for votes to become the Vice President of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s Ghana?” he questioned.
According to Koku, Dr Bawumia is the genesis of the brouhaha surrounding the voters register in recent times.
“It is common knowledge that it was the Press Conference held by Dr. Bawumia at the Alisa Hotel sometime last year that sparked off the unfortunate mayhem that the NPP and its assigns/acolytes have continued to unleash upon Mother Ghana and innocent Ghanaians vis-à-vis the issue of the voters register.”
“At the said Press Conference, it was Dr. Bawumia who out of his own volition (I do not want to believe that he was being used as a pawn in the NPP’s chess game) produced a fictitious document claiming that it was a Togolese Voters Register which proved that many registered Togolese voters also have their names on Ghana’s voters register.
“At the said press conference, Dr. Bawumia said that the fictitious Togolese register was 10% of work-in-progress, and that in a couple of days, he was going to produce the extra “90% of the work-in-progress from, Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso, Benin, Ivory Coast, etc., to prove to Ghanaians that Ghana’s voters register was over-bloated with foreigners. So where is the 90% of the Togolese he promised?” he asked in an interview with Neat FM’s morning show Ghana Montie.
“I will send people after Bawumia everywhere he goes to ask him about the 90% Togolese he promised to produce. Can we trust Dr. Mahamoud Bawumia on the twin issues of the Election Petition Case and the fake Togolese Voters Register?” he quizzed host Kwesi Aboagye.
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