Kamis, 10 Mei 2012



THE Member of Parliament for the Ayawaso East Constituency, Dr Ahmed Mustapha, has lauded his constituents for maintaining the peace and unity that has prevailed in the Nima -Mamobi community in the ongoing biometric voters registration exercise.

He said even though other constituencies have had their complaints about the ongoing exercise, he was happy that they had remained calm and resolved their issues amicably without the involvement of the law.

He called on the residents to continue to maintain the peace and fully participate in the exercise to enable them to exercise their voting rights during the 2012 December elections.

Dr Mustapha, who is also the Deputy Minister for Environment Science and Technology, made this remarks when he registered at the Rishada Islamic Registration Centre at Mamobi, Accra.

Speaking to Daily Graphic after the registration, the Dr Mustapha called on all residents who were 18 years and above to come out to register and vote come December.

He cautioned them against the temptation to register twice or be coerced to indulge in electoral malpractices which was punishable by law.

He also called on the Imams, and youth leaders in the community to continue to propagate peace in the community taking into consideration the benefit it would have on the future generation of the community.

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