Lack Of Power Supply Renders EC Helpless In Replacement Of Voter ID Cards

Electoral Commission unable to replace voters card

A disengagement of power control supply to the workplace of the Electoral Commission (EC) has rendered it defenseless and unfit to supplant missing voter ID cards of voters in the Dormaa Central Municipality.

Therefore, a considerable lot of the individuals who visit the EC’s office situated in the Urban Council expanding on Thursday at Dormaa-Ahenkro in the Brong-Ahafo Region, with different concerns wind up noticeably frustrated because of the powerlessness of the Commission to meet their demand.

The circumstance has influenced the Commission’s day by day managerial obligations and has prompted the non-payment of the GHC 5, 400.00 power charge by the Dormaa Municipal Assembly, proprietors of the building.

Electoral Commission unable to replace voters card

The bills have accrued since January 2015 to April 2017 and many residents of Dormaa-Ahenkro with complaints of missing voter ID cards have become worried because they need the cards for other purposes.

Mr Kyere Ofori and Ms Eunice Ataah, residents of the municipality, told the Ghana News Agency that they needed the ID cards replacement for confirmation of their identities to receive remittance from abroad and for the opening of bank accounts respectively.

Mr Christian Offeh Boafo, the Dormaa Municipal Electoral Officer, said he hs tried to reach the authorities but proved abortive

Loading...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *