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EC Chair charges Security Officers to make their findings from 2020 Election deaths public

The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC), Jeane Mensah, has urged the country's security services who are involved in investigating the deaths recorded during the 2020 General elections to make their final reports known to the public.

She made this statement at the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Parliament when she was invited to their gathering in the Central Region, Winneba 

The EC Chair recounted how some youth who were charged with exuberance and love for their parties lost their lives while protesting at some polling stations in the country. Though it was a faint on our democracy, she was of firm belief that the EC cannot in anyway be blamed for the death of any citizen in any part of the country during the elections. She said the EC Officials nationwife provided a selfless service to the nation. 

From her point of view, the elections that was organized and supervised by her office last year to her was the most transparent elections held in the history of the country adding that her office deployed the use of information technology to help expedite the process. 

Jeane Mensah is of the view that this report if it comes oytvin the public domain would make the public continue to have faith in the EC and also serve as an advise unto many out there on how to comport themselves during such times in the country. 

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EC Economic Community of West African States Electoral Commission Jeane Mensah Winneba


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