The Chairperson for the Electoral Commission Jean Mensah has assured Ghanaians that they will ensure the 2020 elections is free and fair.
The EC has been accused by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) of planning to rig the elections in favour of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
The EC has come out to deny these claims and says they are a body constituted to oversee credible elections and that is what they set out to do.
Ms Mensa in a press conference said they are working hard to deliver a free and fair elections come December 7.
“We want to assure all our stakeholders that the EC has currently constituted is resolute to deliver credible, fair, transparent, peaceful electoral processes and election for Ghanaians. “
She also rubbished claims that the chaos that arose in the just ended voter registration exercise was a ploy to disenfranchise some group of Ghanaians.
“I state categorically that the EC has no intention whatsoever to disenfranchise any person such an assertion is false. The issues we experience with the exercise was wide spread and not at any particular place”.
The just ended Voter registration exercise saw some names missing and the EC says they are working to correct every error.
However Director of Elections for the NDC Elvis Afriyie Ankrah says they will ensure all those with the Voter ID are made to vote regardless of their names being in the register or not.
The Exhibition exercise ended on September 25 and the EC says all errors will be corrected before December 7.