The confirmation of MMDCES in the various Districts and Metropolitan Assemblies is still ongoing smoothly, but not without allegations of vote-buying and falsification of vote outcomes.
The Member of Parliament for the South Dayi Constituency, Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor, has alleged on his Twitter post that Electoral Commission's officials are helping to falsify outcomes of MMDCES elections, yet Jean Mensah hasn't spoken a word about it despite the several reports made to the Electoral Commission.
According to Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor, the Electoral Commission (EC) has been told that most of their District Officers are helping the government to compromise the District Chiefs Executive (DCE) confirmation processes.
Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor indicated that the worst of it all is that the EC officials are helping to falsify vote outcomes, yet the EC chairperson, Jean Mensah, won’t say a word on it.
He added that with all these happenings when they say that the EC has become part of the NPP, others say hey!
Below is a screenshot of his tweet;
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