The Ghanaian Observer – EC Bends Voter Register Panel For NDC

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EC Bends Voter Register Panel For NDC

      The membership of the panel tasked to lead the Electoral Commission’s forum on deliberations on the need for a new voters register is the clearest indication that the Electoral Commission is bent on doing everything possible to ensure that the current incurably flawed register.

      Last Friday, the Electoral Commission issued a statement, signed by Christian Owusu Parry, Acting Director of Public Affairs, and named members of the panel to include Justice V.C.R.A.C. Crabbe, who chairs the panel, and Dr. Nii Narku  Quaynor.

      Questions are being raised about the neutrality of these two personalities in handling the controversial issues surrounding the voters’ register.

      Chairman of the panel, Justice Crabbe, has publicly declared that he is opposed to any idea of compiling a new voters’ register for the 2016 elections, and expressed support for the position of the National Democratic Congress that the register should rather be cleaned.

 Land Owners Of Boi Cry Foul

Comet Properties Limited, an  Estate developer, is allegedly frustrating members of the Korkortsuru family who, according to a judgement from the High Court, has been pronounced legitimate owners of a 31.552 acre disputed land at Boi, near Brekusu in the Greater Accra Region. Comet Properties Limited, after losing four cases with the same statement of case it filed in court against Numo Odartey Lankwei and Mr. Clement Andam, has vowed to ensure that the owners of the land do not have the opportunity to posses their land.

      On 23rd December 2013, Justice John Ajet-Nasam who presided over a case number E1/70/06 involving Nana Okai Addo a.k.a. William Kwadjo Okai (Nee Kwadjo Antwaako ) vrs Numo Odartey Lankwei and others, of a case which was transferred from the High Court in Koforidua and consolidated into suit number TRLD /38/2010 with that of Comet Properties Limited and Numo Odartey Lankwei and others, since the land in contention and the two parties were the same, entered judgement for the defendants subject to the land in question.

NPP Drops Paul Afoko


On the 21st October, 2015, the National Disciplinary Committee of the New Patriotic Party submitted a report to the Executive Committee of the NPP; recommending the indefinite suspension of Mr. Paul Afoko as National Chairman. At its meeting today, Friday 23rd October, 2015, the National Executive Committee Unanimously endorsed the recommendation of the National Disciplinary Committee. By the decision of NEC, Mr. Paul Afoko is suspended indefinitely from the position of National Chairman of NPP. Mr. Freddie Blay, the 1st Vice Chair, per the NPP’s constitution, becomes acting National Chairman of the NPP.


Nana Akomea

(Communications Director)


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