Suspended founding member of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Charles Wereko-Brobby, says the party and its affiliate groups must stop push for a new voters’ register.
“They should stop wasting our ears,” Dr Charles Wereko-Brobby said in an interview on Asempa FM Monday.
Dr. Wereko-Brobby’s comment comes as the NPP accuses the EC of bias in after it decided not to replace the current register with a new one.
The NPP alleges the current register is bloated.
“Let the NPP decide from today that we want to offer Ghanaians an alternative and tell all the noisemakers to shut up because those going to court, what are they going to argue about?” he asked.
He adds: “I want to hear NPP talk about the fuel price hikes, the wrongs going on in Ghana. This is the time to offer alternatives, not keep complaining and wasting our time with threats of going to court. There’ll be no new register. End of the story.”
The NPP suspended the founding member two years ago on grounds that he was exhibiting behaviour that put the party’s image into disrepute.