The electoral Commission of Ghana officials in the Northern region have gone to dump or dispose several thousands of electoral materials ballot papers from previous election behind the walls of the Tamale Teaching Hospital.
This gesture infuriated many residents who are around the hospital and more importantly patients who will be affected by germs. The electoral commission officials were then called back to collect all those electoral materials from there before they take any action against them.
The management of the hospital upon seeing the refuse called on the electoral commission officers to be responsible enough to clear the place because that place is a hospital where patients are kept. It is not a refuse damp to put anything at all there.
The EC officials have quickly gone back to clear up some portions around the area they dumped the ballot papers after radio Tamale took a reportage at the scenes yesterday.
Just today, part of the several thousands of ballot papers which were disposed behind the Tamale Teaching Hospital, have been burnt, while some were also conveyed to an unknown location.
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