Since the Limited Voters Registration Exercise by the Electoral Commission (EC) commenced, there has been concerns that most potential voters could be disenfranchised.
This is because of the decision by the EC to hold the exercise in all its 268 District offices across the country only.
Already, some centres have reported faulty machines and network issues, with others recording low turnout.
Today on Newsfile, host Samson Lardy Anyenini and his guests discussed the decision by the EC to register at only its centres and the general outlook of the exercise since its commencement.
Again, the team delved into IGP George Akuffo-Dampare’s statements made before the Parliamentary committee investigating an alleged leaked tape.
Finally, former President John Mahama faced backlash from the Ghana Bar Association and members of the governing NPP for some comments he made.
Speaking last weekend at the NDC’s Lawyers Conference, the former president accused President Akufo-Addo of appointing members of his party to the bench to influence decisions in their favour.
According to the former president, some of the NDC lawyers should ready themselves to take up positions on the bench to balance out its composition.
But the NPP says these comments are unfortunate and must be condemned.
Newsfile touched on this issue and others that made the headlines during the week.
The conversation can be found on JoyNews’ YouTube and Facebook channels.
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