A fake list of delegates caused tension at the Adentan Constituency during the National Democratic Congress’ presidential and parliamentary primaries. An unknown person tried to use the list to influence the voting process at the De Youngster’s International School, but some alert delegates noticed the anomaly and alerted the Electoral Commission officials.
The officials confirmed that the list was not from the party and refused to accept it. A video circulating online shows an EC official explaining to police officers why the list is invalid. The police officers are trying to identify and apprehend the person who brought in the fake list.
The Adentan Constituency has three candidates vying for the parliamentary seat: Adamu Ramadan, the incumbent MP; Nana Oye Bampoe Addo, a former Gender Minister; and Linda Aasibi Awuni.
Meanwhile, at the New Ningo D/A Basic School B polling station in the Ningo-Prampram constituency, two people were arrested for trying to disrupt the voting process. They were allegedly persuading delegates to vote for their preferred candidate. The police intervened and arrested them to prevent further chaos.