New Patriotic Party NPP’s General Secretary John Boadu explained on Asempa FM today that he had to force his daughter before she obliged to go and register her name in the Electoral Commissions new register.
He explained that he wanted the voter’s Identification number of his daughter to fill some particulars. Little did he know that she had not registered on campus.
She asked her and she explained that their mistress engaged them in an examination while the exercise of the Electoral Commission of Ghana was ongoing.
He had to quickly beg her to go and get her name and finger print captured in the mop up exercise. She was reluctant to go because she had queued up at school and was called to write exams.
John Boadu was explaining that most FREE SHS students didn’t register their names. That is why Akuffo Addo’s votes wasn’t up to expectation because they wanted to beat John Dramani Mahama more than one million votes.
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