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NDC kicks Against Firm To Print Ballot Papers For December Polls

The NDC team has raised concerns on state-owned Ghana Publishing Company who are to publish ballot papers.The National Democratic Congress believes David Asante, who is the CEO has a soft spot for the NPP, for this reason, there might be a conflict of interest.

The deputy General Secretary for NDC, Peter Boamah Otokunor, told host Aduanaba Kofi Asante Ennin that the NDC have issues with the publishing house. More to the point, the CEO for the same firm printing ballot papers for the 2020 elections is a staunch member of the New Patriotic Party.

 

NDC kicks Against Firm To Print Ballot Papers For December Polls
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He indicated that, it will be difficult for transparency and neutrality to be exercised. And if care is not taken might dent the credibility of the election verdict.

One of the pannel members during the panel discussion on the show, a former Municipal Chief Executive for Obuasi, Kwasi Ofori Agyemang, said this is quite an uncomfortable situation for the NDC. He suggested to he only option is that, the agents will have to be smart and attentive during the ballot paper printing.

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Paulina Atenei Anaba

Paulina Atenei Anaba is a Ghanaian online journalist and blogger, an entrepreneur, and a french tutor at Gbewaa College of Education. She is currently writing for Ghana's vibrant entertainment blog, Zackgh.com. She holds a degree in English and French from U.C.C. And a Masters degree in French (Linguistics) from the University of Ouagadougou. she is a team player and can work under any circumstance.Contact her on 0549614358 @zackgh.com to publish articles in your community and also to help promote and upload songs as well on our page. For your translations from French to English and vice versa, contact her.

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