EC authorities arrested for registering individuals at private residence – A 26-year-old Mumuni Abilla an Electoral Commission official has been arrested by the Northern area police for leading enlistment in his own home.
The suspect, an information section representative at the Kpanshegu enlistment focus in the North East Gonja District of the Savannah area had the BVR pack in his room at Vittin in Tamale.
Examinations by the police uncovered that, the suspect and his accessory, one Mohammed Yushaw kongsoha, a 32-year-old likewise an enrollment official at a similar focus had just enlisted 12 individuals.
The said BVR should be working in the Savannah district yet discovered its way toward the Northern locale by the two suspects.
Affirming the episode to Starr News, the Northern territorial Crime official of police, Superintendent Otuo Acheampong said the two when addressed said they needed to enlist those individuals to keep them from joining lines at the enrollment place.
The two as per the police would be sent to court after they have been accused of the fitting offenses.
In the interim, the NDC in the Savvanah locale blaming the suspects for doing the offering of the NPP.
Abdula Malik Bansintale, interchanges official of NDC in the Savannah district, noticed that the gathering will keep on being on a watch to ensure that, the activity doesn’t support the NPP.
The BVR has since been given over to the Electoral commission.
In any case, both EC chiefs in Northern and Savannah areas have declined to talk on the issue demonstrating their central command would react to it.