Ghana Card Being Used As A Political Tool Ahead of 2024 Elections – Mahama

Previous President John Dramani Mahama has some strong inclinations over the utilization of the Ghana Card to disappoint some Ghanaians in front of the 2024 general races.

Tending to individuals from the minority council in parliament in the Volta district after a preparation studio, the 2020 National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer said the state foundations have become political devices under the Akufo-Addo organization used to threaten contradicting voices.

He blamed the Electoral Commission for wanting to utilize the Ghana Card to disappoint residents at all expense, knowing very well that not every person have gotten the opportunity to accept their cards in the wake of enlisting.

“One such foundation is the Electoral Commission, which as opposed to making it simple for our residents to participate in races, rather takes thoroughly enjoy making it troublesome. Not entirely set in stone to guarantee the disappointment of segments of our populace no matter what through an off track emphasis on the utilization of the Ghana Card as the main wellspring of distinguishing proof for a citizen card. How would you do this, realizing that the Ghana Card isn’t accessible to every individual who ought to have one?”

Mr Mahama demanded that until the National Identification Authority covers each Ghanaian, there should be space for the utilization of different types of ID for enlistment to cast a ballot.

That’s what he added “The Ghana Card is a somewhat new component of our public life and has its benefits in the plan of things. Right now, it is being displayed more as a political device around which every kind of plans is being molded towards decisions. There is the need to permit adequate time for its full coordination into our lifestyle before this sort of pointless prohibition of any remaining authentically obtained, trustworthy and reliable types of recognizable proof is executed.”

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