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We'll deploy instructed work force to screen 2024 elections - Mahama

He said they will address a portion of the progressions they looked at in the last elections by enlisting graduates for the 2024 elections. 

Talking at the yearly gathering of the gathering's Professional Forum in Accra, Mr. Mahama approached individuals from the forum to make themselves accessible for the 2024 general elections. 

"We should guarantee that we have more professionals and more instructed individuals becoming an integral factor in regard of policing and checking the elections at the grassroots level. Gathering of results is a significant action that the skill that you individuals convey can assist with, regarding examining the gathering's outcomes sooner or later and communicating the outcomes as a large portion of you do in your professional work with data innovation." 

Mr. Mahama took on the Electoral Commission (EC) and its Chairperson, Madam Jean Adukwei Mensa, for what he portrayed as "citizen misrepresentation and inconsistencies" in the 2020 surveys. 

Mr. Mahama communicated lament that the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission didn't affirm in court despite his applications for her to be investigated in court. 

He said the direction of the court and the guidance for the Electoral Commission helped Jean Mensa to dodge "accountability" for her work in the 2020 surveys. 

"I accept that the law ought not to be an instrument for hardliner purposes. I likewise accept that law and order should imply that one standard for all… The 2021 political race request will stand out forever as the significant second when the Chairperson of the EC picked to sidestep public investigation… Everything was done in this preliminary to keep the Commission from bookkeeping to individuals in whose name they hold office," he added.

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EC Electoral Commission Jean Adukwei Mensa Mahama


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