Herbal Doctor Wants EC resourced
A popular Sekondi-Takoradi-based Herbal doctor, Opayin Paul Adjei Domfeh, has appealed to the international community to keep an eagle eye on the impending November 7 general election by way of resourcing the Electoral Commission (EC).
Considering the brouhaha that characterized the just-ended limited registration exercise with its attendant breakdown of verification machines, the herbal doctor believes the earlier the international community came to the aid of the EC to resource it, the better it would be for Ghana.
Opayin Adjei Domfeh, a Civil Engineer by profession who came to the offices of this paper to make the appeal believed his call was in the right direction. This is because looking at the controversies that surrounded the EC’s preparedness ahead of the November 7 election, it was obvious the electoral body was not well-resourced and equipped enough to conduct the polls on November 7.
To him therefore, it would be appropriate if international bodies came to the aid of the EC. The breakdown of verification machines among other unpardonable things that characterized the limited registration exercise was enough to tell everyone that the EC was not well resourced and needed back up.