Dr. Edward Omane Boamah of the NDC has criticized the EC’s decision, calling it a punishment for first-time voters who need to travel to district offices for registration.
This limited voter registration begins on Tuesday, September 12 and concludes on Monday, October 2. In a social media post, he voiced his disappointment over the lack of priority given to the youth’s plight by the courts. Despite this, he encouraged everyone to register and express their dissatisfaction in the 2024 elections.
The NDC’s National Chair, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, also emphasized the importance of taking part in the limited voter registration. He made this call during an announcement about a change in the date for the Minority’s protest against the Governor of the Bank of Ghana.
The new date, Tuesday, October 3, was chosen due to the limited voter registration exercise. After the registration, the NDC plans to mobilize supporters for a demonstration against mismanagement and corruption in the central bank.
A few days ago, the NDC, along with four other political parties, filed a lawsuit at the Supreme Court against the EC’s decision.
SOURCE: Senali News Ghana