The president of policy center for education, Imani Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe has fumed at people criticizing the people of SALL after MMDCEs list drops from the office of the president through information ministry.
Franklin Cudjoe in a statement shared with Ghanaians today, stated that he wonder how some people are saying that the people of SALL did not chose to vote for a member of parliament in the last election held when people knew what electoral commission led by madam Jean Mensah did.
According to Franklin Cudjoe, the member of parliament who the people of SALL voted for appeared on good evening Ghana show usually hosted by Paul Adom Otchere.
Although he did not open up with much details on his statement, he could mean that if not the behavior of electoral commission of Ghana, the people of SALL may know their MP and DCE as every metropolitan municipal and districts knows their own in every region across the country.
"How can any sane person say that the people of SALL chose not to vote for an MP in the last election when we all knew what the EC did? And he was on Good Evening Ghana" he angrily stated on his social media wall.
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