Coronavirus Doesn’t Live At The Polling Stations, Ghanaians Should Turn Out In Their Numbers To Vote -Dr Anthony
The official consultant on wellbeing Dr. Anthony Nsiah-Asare has lauded the Electoral Commission (EC) for the measures it put in place during the special voting exercise
He is cheerful a similar methodology would be utilized for the December 7, 2020 polls.
Speaking to Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, he said the political race doesn’t represent any type of dangers to electors in light of the security conventions.
He, be that as it may, requested that citizens stick carefully to the wellbeing conventions.
He asked Ghanaians not to be frightened but rather be guided by the manner in which the security offices decided on December 1, 2020.
Dr. Nsiah-Asare said the Coronavirus will even now be with us after the 2020 races yet the wellbeing conventions will assist us with dealing with it.
He reiterated that the dread of the Coronavirus spreading during efforts by politicians has not been demonstrated by any science and information.
He said the Coronavirus doesn’t live at the polling stations thus, Ghanaians should turn out in their numbers and decision on December 7, 2020.
He pushed on the security conventions to combine the gains made in the administration of our cases.
The Electoral Commission after special voting revealed that temporary figures show a 88 percent citizen turnout at Tuesday’s Special Voting exercise.
Per the figure, 12 percent of the individuals who applied to cast a ballot have lost their entitlement to exercise their establishment in the current year’s political race.
A sum of 109,557 people comprised of security people, media and staff of the EC applied to participate in the exercise completed by the EC in every one of the 275 constituencies in the nation.