Ghana 2020 elections : Kwesimintim Residents Block Roads Over Poor Roads for elections
Inhabitants of Whindo in the Kwesimintim Constituency in the Western Region Monday morning impeded streets to forestall authorities of the Electoral Commission from surveying stations as they fight over the helpless idea of their streets.
An observer Emmanuel Afful who detailed from the electorate expressed that the occupants in July this year cautioned that they won’t permit casting a ballot to go on in the supporters if their streets are not fixed.
Afful reports that the opportune appearance of faculty of the military and Police figured out how to scatter the group permitting the EC authorities to move into the voting demographic.
He adds that the inhabitants started to pursue for their lives they saw the intensely outfitted military and police staff.
Ghanaians are going to the surveys today Monday, December 7, 2020, to choose a President and 275 Parliamentarians.
More than 17 million citizens are required to participate in the activity. The figure is 2 million more than the quantity of citizens who casted a ballot in the past political decision in 2016.
The appointive commission has said more than 33,000 surveying stations have been committed for the official and parliamentary surveys.
The race is generally between the occupant President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of the NPP and previous leader John Dramani Mahama of the NDC. Ten other official applicants are challenging in the surveys.
Discretionary materials have been dispatched to the different democratic focuses.
The Electoral Commission says it intends to announce results inside 24 hours.