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Overlord of Gonjaland challenges EC to ensure Free, Fair and Credible Elections on December 7

The Yagbonwura Tuntumba Bore Essa I, has challenged the Electoral Commission to ensure a free, fair and credible elections during the December 7th general elections.

He said Ghana has experienced free and fair general elections since 1992 and the electorates expect same or an improved process in the December 7 elections.

In an address to welcome the Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia at his palace at Damongo, the Yagbonwura urged the EC to resolve all electoral misunderstandings that occurred during the voter registration exercise.

As a people with a common destiny, we should seek peaceful means of addressing misunderstandings and avoid intolerance situations in our political dispensation” the Yagbonwura stated.

The Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia in a speech, urged the people of the Savanna Region to vote massively for the NPP in the forth coming election, having given them a region which they have yearned for in several decades.

He said the Nana Addo led government has also listened to the cry of the people in the Savanna Region for portable drinking water and has since cut the sod for the Damongo water project which will serve several thousands of people when completed.

Bawumia with a section of the gathering

The Vice President said the NPP government within its three and half years rule have achieved more than the 8years of the NDC and therefore assured the people of more development if they give the NPP a second term.

Bawumia exchanging pleasantries

The Vice President also paid a curtsey call on the Bole wura where he also addressed supporters of the NPP and urged them to work hard to win more votes for the NPP in the December general elections.

Story By: Edaward A. Ken-zorre

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