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Fresh Allegations Hit Jean Mensah And His Team; How True Is This?

The Member of Parliament for the North Tongu constituency has released some fresh expose and this time, it is about the Electoral Commissioner and her team. Ablakwa revealed that upon investigations by the Honorable Member, it was found that 21 workers in the Office of the Electoral Commission, occupying top positions do not have any personal records. According to that investigation report, it was found out that the 21 top management staff have also not declared their assets and liabilities.

"Ghana’s Electoral Commission doesn’t do its image any good, and they certainly do not help improve public confidence in their credibility when the Auditor General discovers, rather dreadfully, that as many as 21 top management staff including directors do not have personal records, police background check reports and declaration of assets and liabilities on their files."

Ablakwa asked Jean Mensah these two questions

1. Who are these mysterious 21 top management staff and why were they allowed to violate Article 9 (1) of the Commission’s Bargaining Agreement (CBA) of 2018 which states: “Every employee will be required to give particulars about himself/herself on the STANDARD FORM (called PERSONAL RECORDS), which shall be inserted on his/her personal file?

2. How does the Jean Adukwei Mensa-led Electoral Commission expect Ghanaians to have full confidence in her team and trust the results they announce when as many as 21 top management staff and directors have avoided a police background check?

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