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Ejisu By-Election: Electoral Commission withdraws two temporary staff seen in JoyNews video in which NPP MP for Kwadaso, Kingsley Nyarko is seen dropping an envelope on the table for the officers.


In the wake of a brewing controversy surrounding the Ejisu by-election, the Electoral Commission has taken decisive action by withdrawing two temporary staff members implicated in a viral video. The footage, aired on JoyNews, purportedly shows the Member of Parliament for Kwadaso, Kingsley Nyarko of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), handing an envelope to the temporary staff during the by-election.

The Electoral Commission, in a swift response to the emergence of the video, announced the withdrawal of the two temporary staff members allegedly involved in the incident. The commission emphasized its commitment to upholding the integrity and fairness of the electoral process, stating that any actions that undermine public confidence will not be tolerated.

The video, which quickly spread on social media, sparked outrage and raised questions about the transparency and credibility of the by-election. Opposition parties and civil society groups have called for a thorough investigation into the matter, demanding accountability and assurances that electoral malpractices will be rooted out.

Meanwhile, MP Kingsley Nyarko has denied any wrongdoing, dismissing the allegations as baseless and politically motivated. He has called for a full investigation into the matter to clear his name and restore trust in the electoral process.

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As the controversy deepens, the Electoral Commission faces mounting pressure to address concerns about electoral integrity and to ensure that the Ejisu by-election proceeds in a transparent and fair manner. All eyes are now on the commission as it navigates the fallout from the viral video and works to uphold the principles of democracy in Ghana.

story filed by: Nana kwaku Duah


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