Voter Registration: If you had not left the IPAC EC wouldn’t have had its way — Musah-Saaka to NDC

A communication team member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Lawuratu Musah-Saaka has told the National Democratic Congress (NDC) that the centralization of the limited voters’ registration exercise is self-inflicted because of its decision to leave the Interparty Advisory Committee (IPAC) of the Election Committee (EC) of Ghana.

Speaking on Good Morning Ghana on Metro TV, Lawuratu Musah-Saaka said the EC is only doing its job hence the NDC cannot have its cake and eat it.

“The EC is doing their (sic) job, are they not? There are challenges, and how do you deal with these challenges, you sit with them and talk about them. You don’t leave the forum where these decisions are taken. Probably, if the NDC had added their voices to the people who are seated at the IPAC, we wouldn’t get here” she said.

Madam Lawuratu also condemned the NDC for participating in a process it claimed to be faulty.

“If someone takes a decision and you think the decision that has been taken is wrong, yet you are at the centres mobilizing people, to take part in that decision, what are you telling us?” she posited

By: Vanessa Edotom Boateng | | Ghana

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