Member of Parliament (MP) for Manhyia South and Ghana’s Education Minister is urging Ghanaians, particularly his constituents, to go all out and partake in the Electoral Commission’s registration exercise.
The MP described voting in a presidential and parliamentary elections as the greatest civil right for every Ghanaian, therefore nobody should lose that special right.
“Every Ghanaian with sound mind that has attained 18 years should endeavour to register so that they would not be denied their greatest civil right of voting”, he said.
Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh made these observations on Sunday, when he partook in the ongoing voters registration exercise.
The New Patriotic Party lawmaker, registered at the Apagyafie-Ash Town Registration Center, which is in the Manhyia South Constituency in Kumasi.
‘Napo’, as he is affectionately called, was issued with a voters’ registration card after going through the necessary processes.
He told journalists that it would be wrong for anybody to intentionally refuse to register in this important national exercise, reiterating that everybody should register.
“You should register so that on December 7, 2020 you too can have the right to vote for the person you see fit to lead you as Member of Parliament (MP) or President”.
The Manhyia South MP also said he was impressed with the level of comportment and orderliness at the registration center, adding “social distancing was also being adhere to”.
Source: Daily Mail GH