Don't throw your Old Voters ID away, these are what you can use it for- Deputy Chairman of Operation
Please click on the +Follow button for more news and updates whenever I publish them. The old voters' personality card is as yet valid for distinguishing proof identified with financial exchanges until the Electoral Commission completes the gathering of the new voters' register. Please click on the +Follow button for more news and updates whenever I publish them. Mr Samuel Tettey, Deputy Chairman in Charge of Operations at the Commission, who told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in a meeting, said the Commission
Bad Payment History Right There; Reactions As EC Makes This Important Announcement.
The Electoral Commission of Ghana(EC) is the official body in Ghana responsible for all public elections. Currently, this commission is chaired by Jean Adukwei Mensa and aided by two able bodied deputy chairmen; Asare Bossman and Samuel Tettey. Other members of this commission include Mrs. Paulina Adobea Dadzawa,Ebenezer Aggrey Fynn, Adatu Maida, Rebecca Kabukie Adjalo and Adwoa Asuama Abrefa.
Jean Mensa And Two Deputies Run To Supreme Court to Stop Impeachment proceedings
The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, Mrs. Jean Adukwei Mensa and her two deputies; Dr. Eric Bossman Asare and Mr. Samuel Tettey have filed a suit at the Supreme Court to halt the impeachment processes seeking their removal. This follows a petition to the presidency by the #FixTheCountry Movement seeking the removal of the chairperson and her deputies for their actions which disenfranchised the residents of Santrokofi, Akpafu, Lolobi and Likpe (SALL) to vote for a representative in Parliament in the 2020 Parliamentary Elections.
Ghana Police Meets with EC Ahead of 2020 Elections.
Members of the Electoral Commission (EC) have met with the Police Management Board (POMAB) to take stock of security for the just ended Voters Registration exercise and to plan towards the remaining processes for the December 7, Presidential and Parliamentary Elections. The meeting took place at the Police Headquarters on 30th September 2020. The EC members present at the meeting were, Dr. Bossman Asare, Deputy Chairman- Corporate Services and Mr. Samuel Tettey, another Deputy Chairman. Also present were Dr.
EC Cancels Underwriter Framework
The Electing Commission (EC) has annulled the underwriter framework where new registrants without the Ghana Card gave two Ghana Card holders as underwriters for their Citizen's ID card. This structures part of clearing changes the commission is setting up to safeguard the trustworthiness of the electors' register and the ID card.The Agent Director of the EC Accountable for Activities, Samuel Tettey, spread the word about this for writers at the EC's "Let the Resident Know" experience.
Check A Plus's reaction to the cleaning exercise to be done on the new voter register
The Electoral Commission on Wednesday 5th August inaugurated a 16member committee to clean the new voters register which millions of cedis was spent on to compile. The Committee is made up of the Deputy Chairman of the EC in charge of Operations, Mr Samuel Tettey who is suppose to be the chairman, six other officials of the EC; five representatives of political parties and four civil society organisations (CSOs). One will be wondering what they are going to clean in a new voter register which was just compiled,
The EC has filed a lawsuit against the organizer of #FixTheCountry, the CJ, and the AG
Jean Adukwei Mensa, the Chair of the Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC), and her two deputies, Dr Bossman Eric Asare and Samuel Tettey, have sued Oliver Barker-Vormawor, the Chief Justice, and the Attorney General, in the Supreme Court for leaking the petition demanding their dismissal in the media.A true and proper reading of Article 146(8) of the 1992 Constitution, according to the EC commissioners, requires that the content of a petition requesting the removal of a public person not be disclosed in the media.
Peter Boamah Otokonor disagree with EC's presidential balloting process.
The Deputy General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Peter Boamah Otokunor, has disagreed with both deputy EC chairman in charge of operations and the EC deputy chair for the way they manoeuvre to come out with the papers that were used for the balloting without the inclusion of the various political parties. His disagreement came about when the Electoral Commission met with all the 12 qualified presidential candidates representatives at the EC's headquarters in Accra yesterday.
Jean Mensa And Her Deputy Steps Out In Grand Style; Heads Straight To CPP And PPP Headquarters
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.
Ghana: Main Points in the President's 15th Address.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo addressed the nation for the 15th time on the measures his government is taking to combat the spread of the novel Coronavirus among Ghanaians. Without much ado, below are the 9 main points highlighted from his speech; 1. I congratulate warmly the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mrs Jean Mensa, her two Deputies, Dr. Eric Asare Bossman and Mr. Samuel Tettey, and the entire Commission for the efficient, safe, transparent nature of the registration exercise, where,
The operation of the PNC was interrupted by the EC due to an internal dispute
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.
Electoral Commission Outdoor 16 Member committee
As every four years, it is mandatory to the citizen of Ghana to go to the polls to exercise their franchise to elect their competent leader to rule the country. The electoral Commission who is an independent body have been vested the power to compile and revise voters register. They have exercised their powers given by the constitution on this year which marks the general election of Ghana to sanctify the voters register by removing multiple voters from the registration book. The Chairperson of the Electoral
Summary Of President Akufo Addo's 15th Address To The Nation On COVID-19.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo addressed the nation for the 15th time on the measures his government is taking to combat the spread of the novel Coronavirus among Ghanaians. Without much ado, below is the summary of his speech; 1. I congratulate warmly the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mrs Jean Mensa, her two Deputies, Dr. Eric Asare Bossman and Mr. Samuel Tettey, and the entire Commission for the efficient, safe, transparent nature of the registration exercise, where, for the first time
This is why you can't use your new voters' identification card to transact business or fill any form
Do Not Throw Away Your Old Voters ID Cards They Are Still Valid For Business Transactions - EC The Electoral Commission of Ghana has urged Ghanaians not to throw away their voters ID cards until the Commission finishes with the compilation of the new voters' register because the old voters' identity cards can be still used to transac businesses that are related to socio-economic transactions. In interview that was conducted between the Ghana News Agency (GNA) and the Deputy Chairman in Charge of Operations,
Main Points in the President's 15th Address.
Aug 17, 2020 8:24 AM President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo addressed the nation for the 15th time on the measures his government is taking to combat the spread of the novel Coronavirus among Ghanaians. Without much ado, below are the 9 main points highlighted from his speech; 1. I congratulate warmly the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mrs Jean Mensa, her two Deputies, Dr. Eric Asare Bossman and Mr. Samuel Tettey, and the entire Commission for the efficient, safe, transparent nature of the registration
Manual verification at the December polls will be permitted - EC
The Chairman of the EC, Jean Mensa, says that the Commission would allow voters to be manually checked at the December elections. She said the decision was to ensure that, as provided for in Constitutional Instrument 127, no elector was disenfranchised. During a briefing by the Commissioner on the Commission's preparedness for the Presidential and Parliamentary elections, Mrs. Mensa referred to a question from Mr. Haruna Iddrisu, the Minority Leader in Parliament. Samuel Tettey, Deputy Chair Operations, Dr Bossman
E.C. completes balloting process, N.P.P. and N.D.C. on 1st and 2nd positions respectively.
Election 2020 is just around the corner and all political parties are preparing massively for a win in the upcoming general elections. The ruling party, New Patriotic Party (NPP) will love to retain power and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will also love to gain power this year. On today, Tuesday, 20th October, 2020, the Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC) organised the balloting process for representatives of the various political parties. During the process, Mr. Samuel Tettey, the Director of the Electoral
Manual verification will be allowed at December 7 by EC
The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mrs Jean Mensa, says the Commission will permit manual confirmation of citizens at the December surveys. She said the choice was to guarantee that no elector was disappointed as accommodated in Constitutional Instrument 127. Mrs Mensa was reacting to an inquiry by the Minority Leader in Parliament, Mr Haruna Iddrisu, during an instructions by the Commissioner on the readiness of the Commission for the Presidential and Parliamentary decisions. Present at the
EC announces manual verification is allowed.
Executive of the Electoral Commission (EC) Jean Mensa says the Commission will permit manual check of citizens at the December surveys. She said the choice was to guarantee that no citizen was disappointed as accommodated in Constitutional Instrument 127. Mrs Mensa was reacting to an inquiry by Mr Haruna Iddrisu, the Minority Leader in Parliament, during a preparation by the Commissioner on the readiness of the Commission for the Presidential and Parliamentary decisions. Present at the preparation were;
Update: Old voters’ ID card can still be used for business transactions, Says EC(see details)
EC says old voters’ ID card valid for business transactions According to the information gathered from our reliable source, the Electoral Commission has demonstrated that the old voters’ ID card is still valid and can still be used for socio-economic transactions for the meantime. It was also gathered that the Commission, incredibly noted that it will become invalid after the ongoing voter registration exercise is completed. Hence every individual with such can will not be able to use it after this era.