Yvonne Nelson has advised Ghanaians on participating in the ongoing voters registration exercise.
The Electoral Commission of Ghana started the compilation of a new voters register on June 30, 2020, for the presidential and parliamentary elections in December 2020.
Ghanaians have been encouraged by the leaders of the various political parties to go out and register, but Yvonne Nelson has advised Ghanaians to “use common sense.”
According to her, Ghanaians always do what politicians tell them without considering how it will affect them.
Prior to the start of the voters registration exercise, there were protests against the EC’s decision to compile a new register because of the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the country.
Reports suggest that social distancing protocols have not been observed at the various centres since the start of the exercise.
Yvonne Nelson, who is worried about the lives of Ghanaians, stated that participating in the voters registration could endanger the lives of a lot of people.
“This election won’t change anything in your life, joining crowded queues endangers your life,” she said.
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