Ghanaians are currently in their various queues this morning willing to vote in order to be part of the decision making process as Ghana will be deciding which party and their flag bearer should lead the country in the next four years.
The country is currently in a very serene atmosphere as all campaigns are no more ongoing, but the onous lies solely in the voter. Despite the electoral education given to the various Electoral Commission officials in charge of the electoral process, yet some polling officials are proving unpatriotic in their dealings.
Information just coming in confirms that an E.C polling agent responsible for issuing ballot papers in this ongoing general elections has been captured tearing the ballot papers by deliberately leaving out the NPP presidential candidate’s portion.
After taking a closer look at the captured ballot booklet, it could be confirmed that the said incident took place in the upper East region and the polling station code is captured to be ‘R1101-0062951’. We are yet to identify the particular constituency where this incident occurred.
We are taking closer look at the matter and any other development that will arise will be communicated as soon as they fall in.
Credit Source; Wontumi communications.
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