NDC, NPP happy with voter registration in Agona West
Constituency leaders of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Agona West have expressed satisfaction with the on-going Biometric Voter Registration Exercise despite the few problems associated with it.
According to them only three out of the total of 34 registration centres undertaking the exercise encountered small hitches which were solved by officials of the Electoral Commission (EC).
Mr Kwesi Dawwod, Agona West NDC Constituency Propaganda Secretary told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) on Sunday that “so far so good, the biometric voter registration exercise is going on well”.
He said the Agona Kwamang Cocoa Shed, Nyakrom Presbyterian Primary School and Wawase were the only places where the laptop computers hanged and was restored by the EC for the exercise to continue.
Mr Adofo Dwamena, former NPP Chairman of Agona West also expressed satisfaction with the trend of the registration.
He said he was happy about the maximum cooperation among NDC and NPP representatives at the registration Centres.
Mr Kwame Amoah, Agona West Municipal Director of the Electoral Commission also told the GNA in interview that as at Friday, March 30, a total of 20,000 people have registered in the Constituency.
Mr Amoah praised the political parties, especially NPP and NDC for the mutual understanding and cooperation exhibited at the centres that had led to the success of the exercise.