News coming in and monitored by electionsinghana.com suggests that two men believed to be members of the ruling NPP have been arrested at the Salaga North Constituency in the Savannah Region of Ghana.
The information gathered has revealed that they were picked up for allegedly registering people at home contrary to the laws governing the 2020 voter registration exercise. The Two BUSTED for registering voters at home illegally are yet to be identified.
Reports from the Salaga North Constituency indicated that the EC registration machine that was in possession of the two was not functioning well and was made known to all political parties.
The parties were informed that the malfunctioning machine was to be taken to Damongo to be repaired, however, the two who have been picked up were registering voters in a house with it.
According to the report, the EC registration machine in question was haven developed a fault was scheduled to be transported to Damage to be repaired. All political party representatives were informed about the development.
The machine in question was taken away to Damango to be fixed but it turned out that, the said faulty machine was in possession of the two arrested gentlemen it in a house in Tamele South where people were being registered.
An audit of the machine revealed that 12 persons have been registered with the machine at the time of the arrest. The Electoral Commission is yet to respond to the allegation.
The Ghana Police have arrested Mumuni Abilla Yusif, aged 26 and Mohammed Yushaw Kongsoha, aged 32 a data entry clerk and registration officer respectively at Kpanshegu Registration cluster in the North East Gonja District connected to the story.
According to the Ghana Police Service, the two who kept a BVR kit and registered people at a non designated registration center are in custody, assisting with investigation. They will be charged with the appropriate offenses and arraigned in Court.
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