EC’s Director in the Upper East Region, James Arthur Yeboah, says allegations of vote transfers and the Commission’s alleged refusal to publish names of its election officials are false.
The NDC, however, seems to know the cause of NPP’s frustrations and discontent with the EC ahead of the elections.
“The NPP has lost the elections and so they are looking for an exit plan”, explained Kofi Adams, NDC National Organizer.
According to him, his party also has no knowledge of the EC’s election officials, save the name of the Returning Officer and the District Electoral Officer.
He said had the NPP been working with the EC as it should they would not be crying foul.
At an emergency news conference on Saturday, the NPP alleged that names of EC officials tasked to conduct the poll have not yet been published as required by law.
NPP First Vice Chairman, Freddie Blay, who addressed the news conference also claimed to have uncovered attempts to transfer over three thousand voters outside the constituency on polling day.
The Talensi seat held by the New Patriotic Party (NPP), became vacant when the MP, Robert Mosore resigned after his enskinment as Tongo chief.
The former MP is now known as Tongorana Kubilsong Nalebegtan.