The Electoral Commission of Ghana is boiling so hot after the Auditor General exposed over 20 top officers. The affected officers are likely to be interdicted based on the laws governing the declaration of assets before occupying such positions. Not only that, the 21 officers refused to prove themselves clean with Police clearance.
The spokesperson of Ghana's Chief Imam, Sheikh Shaibu has recently sent a bold message to the Electoral Commission of Ghana. According to Sheikh Shaibu, he does not understand the reason why the Electoral Commission of Ghana has remained mute on the recent ruling by the Supreme Court which prevents the Assin North MP from being a law maker.
When it comes to fashion, Charlotte Kesson Smith Osei who is famously known by all and sundry as Charlotte Osei is indeed master of the fashion game. The beautiful former Boss of the Electoral Commission of Ghana and a lawyer has on many occasions stole the spotlight on the internet with exceptional fashion styles.
The Bono Regional Chairman Kwame Baffoe Abronye is very hot pending the upcoming Bono Regional elections on Sunday. His best friend Chairman Thomas whom they both ruled in separate Regions has lost his bid to be retained. Many political pundits have predicted that, the energy used in removing Abronye's best friend from office could happen to Abronye himself on Sunday.
The Electoral Commission of Ghana boss Madam Jean Mensa is trending on social media with her current beautiful pictures. According to the information shared by the Electoral Commission of Ghana's official Facebook page, their boss is in an executive meeting with members of the association of African election authorities.
17 political parties across the country are in hot water for breaking the political parties act. The 17 parties, which also include the United Progressive Party (UPP) and the United Front Party (UFP), have been alleged to have violated the aforesaid regulations, which require them to open national and regional offices throughout the nation.
Live from the Bono Regional capital Sunyani, this is an update regarding today's Bono Regional NPP elections featuring the incumbent Chairman Kwame Baffoe Abronye. This exercise is happening today at the pastoral centre in Sunyani. As usual, speeches from sitting Regional executives including Kwame Baffoe Abronye has been delivered.
The Electoral Commission of Ghana finally canceled the certificate of 17 political parties with no regional or national presence and therefore have flouted registrations. The 17 political parties, including United Progressive Party led by Akwasi Addae, popularly known as Odike, were given a formal warning in early October to submit proof of why their names should remain on the list of political parties in Ghana under the Political Parties Act of 2000, Act 574.
Please like and follow this page to get more upcoming updates. Since the declaration of the 2020 Presidential election results, Madam Jean Mensa, the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, has gone completely silence from the public. The latest update reveals that, Madam Jean Mensa, after may months of silence, has finally spoken again.
The Electoral Commission of Ghana (ECG) has revoked the registration certificates of seventeen political parties for flouting Section 15 (1) of the Political Parties Act, 2000 (Act 574). The parties include the Democratic People’s Party (DPP), United Front Party (UFP), United Development System Party (UDSP), Every Ghanaian Living Everywhere (EGLE), Yes People’s Party (YPP), United Ghana Movement (UGM), and Democratic Freedom Party (DFP).
The Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC) has been encouraged by the Executive Secretary of the National Identification Authority (NIA), Prof. Kenneth Agyeman Attafuah, to use the National Identification Card (Ghana Card) for the 2024 elections. Prof. Kenneth believes that using a card other than the Ghana Card for the elections would be a grave disservice to Ghana.
The former Chairman of the Electoral Commission of Ghana has finally done the unexpected after he finally came out to break the silence over the ‘No Ghana Card, no vote’ brouhaha by the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensah aside from telling her the bitter truth over the new and unexpected policy which would undoubtedly hinder Ghanaians from casting their votes come 2024 general elections.
The Minority in Parliament wants the Electoral Commission of Ghana to appear before parliament over the allegations that they are compelling new voters to register. They urge that EC should appear before Parliament next week to explain the whole process to them so they can make a way to solve future controversies.
The Electoral Commission of Ghana clarify that they only need Ghana cards for continuous registration and not for the compilation of a new voters register. According to the director of the electoral services Dr. Serebour Quaicoe “We already compiled a register in 2020, we only want to roll out continuous registration.
Ghana's 1992 constitution established the Electoral Commission as one of the country's governance organizations. It is the sole official authority in Ghana tasked with overseeing the conduct of all public elections, and its independence is explicitly guaranteed by the country's constitution. Citizens of Ghana can use the Voter ID, an official instrument of identification issued by the Electoral Commission of Ghana, to prove their identity and eligibility to vote in national elections.
The Electoral Commission of Ghana has refuted the claim that they have the intention of compelling new voters to register for the 2024 general election. The said statement made by the Minority in parliament is untrue and should be disregarded. They added that the old register that was used in the 2020 general election is still credible hence there is no need for the new one.
The Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC) submitted a text to the People's National Convention (PNC) competition to address the issue of disaster management or the risk of permanent suspension. According to the EC, until the disaster is resolved, it will have nothing to do with political celebrations.
The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, Mrs Jean Mensa today stepped out together with her deputy chair, Dr. Bossman Eric Asare in a grand style as they start immediate plans towards a better Ghana elections. The chairperson and her deputy took a tour to some party headquarters to meet party executives and discuss with them the way forward to ensuring a better elections in the subsequent elections to be held in Ghana.
“Pursuant to Section 17(2) of the Political Parties Law, Act 574, which provides that the election of National, Regional, and Constituency Officers of every political party shall be conducted under the supervision of the Electoral Commission, the National Elections shall be supervised by the Electoral Commission of Ghana."
The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has held its constituency annual delegates’ conference throughout the country. And, through its duly constituted constituency elections committee, under the supervision of the Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC), the party has now completed elections in almost all the 275 constituencies in Ghana.