The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) has addressed the general public on the anomalies surrounding the just ended Voters Registration Exercise.
The chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensah was speaking at the, “Agent of Peace Campaign”, which was just launched by the Church of Pentecost ahead of the December polls.
Addressing the gathering, the chairperson of the EC said that the commission has for the first time in its existence been very transparent in its dealings. She pledged that the commission will continue to remain transparent in its activities as we head towards the polls.
She also touched on concerns raised by the opposition party, NDC on the issue of missing names in the register. She said the commission will work hard to ensure that all anomalies are corrected as soon as possible.
Speaking on the Commission’s “Let the Citizens Know initiative”, she indicated that the initiative was very instrumental in defusing the unrest that were experience in some parts of the country during the voters registration exercise.
She also stated that the commission will put in place more initiatives to ensure that the current peace and stability we enjoy in the country is maintained before, during and even after the elections.
She stated that the commission will secure peace messages from the former presidents and engage with influential persons to lend their voices to the message of peace. She also emphasised that the commission will engage with other stakeholders in order to ensure a very peaceful election.