President Akufo-Addo has urged all Ghanaians to show up in their numbers to participate in the compilation of the new voters register irrespective of the political party affiliation as the Supreme Court has settled all the issues encompassing the activity.
In doing as such, he stated, it will permit just qualified Ghanaians choose their preferred legislature come December 2020.
Talking at his applause service in Accra the president stated, “Last Thursday, the Supreme Court managed by the Chief Justice by consistent choice, by a seven-part board, settled all the issues encompassing the voters register and attested the privilege of the Electoral Commission to continue with the aggregation of the new register in agreement to the arrangements of Constitutional Instrument C.1 126. The street has now been cleared for the EC to continue.
“I am approaching each part and supporter of the NPP and to be sure on all qualified Ghanaians regardless of what party they have a place with assuming any, to go out and register so they can practice their community duties on seventh December 2020 to choose their preferred administration in a free and reasonable, quiet and straightforward races.” He focused.
On Thursdays, June 25, 2020, the Supreme Court of Ghana in a consistent choice arranged the Electoral Commission to proceed with the assemblage of another voters register.
As per the Apex Court, the EC is a free body and may be coordinated by the court on the off chance that it demonstrations in spite of law.
The resistance had expressed their remain against the choice by the EC to incorporate another voters register however the appointive body demanded that it will continue with its choice.
The NDC, in the suit, was looking for a request to prevent the EC from accumulating another voters’ register and an elective request proclaiming as unlawful the choice of the EC not to consider the old voter ID cards as a proof of citizenship for enrolling to cast a ballot.
It is thus the NDC dropped the case which addresses the intensity of the Electoral Commission to arrange another voters register.