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11.08.2009 Politics

EC to hold by-election in Chereponi on September 29

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Accra , Aug. 11, GNA - The Electoral Commission will conduct a by-election in the Chereponi Constituency on Tuesday, September 29 to fill the vacancy created in Parliament as a result of the death of the Member of Parliament, Mrs. Doris Asibi Seidu.

A statement signed by Mr Christian Owusu-Parry, Acting Director of Communications, said the EC would take nominations on September 8 and 9 between 09.00 and 12.00 hours and 13.00 and 16.00 hours each day at the district office of the Commission at Chereponi.

It said nomination forms may be obtained from the Returning Officer at the district office of the Commission in Chereponi or the Regional Office in Tamale during working hours.

The EC said the filing fee for the election is GH¢500.00.

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