PDP ADVICE INEC CHAIR TO VISITGHANA, U.S. TO LEARN HOW TO CONDUCT CREDIBLE POLL

Written by on December 3, 2020

THE PEOPLES DEMOCRATIC PARTY (PDP) HAS ADVISED THE REAPPOINTED CHAIRMAN OF THE INDEPENDENT NATIONAL ELECTORAL COMMISSION (INEC), PROF. MAHMOOD YAKUBU TO GO TO GHANA AND U.S. AND TAKE A STUDY FROM THEIR ELECTORAL BODIES ON HOW TO CONDUCT FREE, FAIR, TRANSPARENT AND CREDIBLE ELECTION.

THE PARTY GAVE THE ADVICE IN A STATEMENT BY ITS NATIONAL PUBLICITY SECRETARY, KOLA OLOGBONDIYAN, IN ABUJA.

HE ADVISED YAKUBU TO LEARN FROM THE GHANA ELECTORAL COMMISSION, WHICH WAS MAKING MORE ROOM FOR A MORE ALL-INCLUSIVE ELECTORAL PROCESS BY STARTING SPECIAL VOTING SYSTEM TO ENABLE PERSONNEL OF CRITICAL SERVICE PROVIDERS TO CAST THEIR BALLOTS DAYS AHEAD OF THE DEC. 7, ELECTION DATE.

HE ALSO ADVISED THE INEC CHAIRMAN TO STUDY HOW THE U.S. CREDIBLY CONDUCTED A KEENLY CONTESTED 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION WITHOUT RECOURSE TO GOVERNMENT INFLUENCE AND USE OF SECURITY TO SUPPRESS THE WISHES OF CITIZENS AS EXPRESSED AT THE POLLING UNITS.


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