NCCE joins stakeholders to deliberate on matters concerning the 2024 general elections

The NCCE has joined other stakeholders to deliberate on matters concerning the 2024 general elections at the National Leaders Consultation meeting on this year’s elections in Accra.

The panellists at the meeting mentioned that there was a need for intensified public and civic engagement and called for synergic collaboration among relevant stakeholders to step up a strategic approach to sensitise Ghanaians on the need to exercise their civic duty to vote in the elections.

The panellists who made the call were the Director of Training of the Electoral Commission, Michael Boadu; the Executive Director of the Star Ghana Foundation, Ibrahim-Tanko Amidu; the Co-chair of the Coalition of Domestic Election Observers, Rev. Dr. Fred Degbe, and the Deputy Director of Programmes of the NCCE, Modesta Annie Sapaty.

The meeting was organised by the Faith In Ghana Alliance, a multi-faith platform, with support from Faith in Action International, the Electoral Commission, the NCCE, and the Star Ghana Foundation. It was attended by representatives of the Christian Council of Ghana, the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council, the Office of the National Chief Imam, and the National Catholic Secretariat/Caritas Ghana. The others are the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, the Knights and Ladies of Marshall, the Federation of Muslim Women Associations in Ghana, Catholic Religious Women, and the Council of Independent Churches.


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