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Ghana: Is ‘largely’ free and fair enough?

Belle of Catalyzing Change wonders why irregularities during the recent Presidential elections in Ghana have been overlooked: “Of all the media I have seen and heard though; both African and broader international, there has been little mention of any irregularities. This bothers me because it is not as if there were none”. A few days ago, Koranteng Ofosu-Amaah of Koranteng's Toli described one of these irregularities in which his uncle who was acting as a polling agent was beaten up.

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  • It would have serve a greater good if these alegations are taken up and investigated. Those found to be misrepresenting information punished to serve as deterant in the future. However justice is left hanging and could be dangerious for the future of the country.

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