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NPP, NDC trade accusations over busing underage voter applicants at Nauso 

  15 Septembre      9        Politics (18542),


Nuaso (E/R), Sept. 15, GNA – Representatives of both the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) have engaged in a heated argument over the busing of alleged underage applicants to the Electoral Commission (EC) registration centre at Nuaso.

Both major political parties traded accusations of busing applicants to the registration centre, fueling concerns about the potential inclusion of underage voters in the overall voter register through the ongoing national limited voter registration exercise.

In an interview with the Ghana News Agency, Mr Simon Tawiah, the NDC Nuaso Coordinator, alleged that executives from the NPP have been obstructing the registration process for a number of prospective voters by deliberately raising queries about the validity of their age.

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