The General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has accused President Akufo-Addo of creating an impression that the just-ended voters’ registration exercise was conducted without any incidents.

Asiedu Nketia said the President has on multiple platforms spoken fondly of the process without highlighting the pockets of irregularities.

“His Excellency has made several attempts to commend the peaceful nature of the registration exercise without mentioning a single act of violence during the exercise including that which was perpetrated by his own appointee which led to the killing of two innocent Ghanaians,” he told the press, Thursday.

Had also accused the ruling party of machinations to disenfranchise people in the Volta Region which is considered a stronghold of the NDC.

Mr Nketiah explained that the President’s tour of the region presented an opportunity for him to “apologise for his unwarranted ethnic discrimination against the Voltarians.”

This chance, he said, was squandered by President Akufo-Addo by “claiming ignorance of all the bad thing s above and stated rather shamelessly that he has no evil agenda against the Voltarians.”

The NDC, however, called on all Ghanaians to continue in the pursuit of justice for Silas Chameh who was stabbed at Banda Kabrono on his way back from Wenchi during the just-ended voters’ registration exercise.

“The NDC will like to appeal to all peace-loving Ghanaians to join the fight for justice for innocent Silas Wulo Chameh who was brutally murdered by the NPP hoodlums,” the NDC General Secretary said.

Political clashes at Banda Ahenkroh on July 13, 2020, between the NDC and NPP over the exercise could not be controlled, escalating into gunshots, burning of cars, and roadblocks.

The Bono Regional Police Command on 21st July 2020 announced the arrest of seven suspects believed to be involved in the killing of the 28-year-old teacher trainee graduate.