Ghana Electoral Commission Head Ensures Free, Transparent and Credible Elections

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Voters in Ghana are going to the polls today to decide whether to keep President Nana Akufo-Addo or to bring back former President John Mahama. Each offering plans to help the economy rebound from its first quarterly reduction in nearly 40 years. The chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana says her organization is fully prepared to administer free, transparent and credible elections on Monday.

Attorney Jean Adukwei Mensa’s remarks follow a meeting with both local and international poll observers at the headquarters of the electoral commission in the capital, Accra, Friday. VOA's Peter Clottey sat down with Jean Mensa chairperson of the commission. In part one of the interview, Mrs. Mensa says the commission is fully prepared for the vote.

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