Mahama Suspends Registration Centres Tour & Calls For More Education On Safety Protocols

Mahama Cut Short His Tour Over What He Claimed Was “the Very Low Awareness Of The Covid-19 Protocols Including Physical Distancing And The Wearing Of Masks” Among The Public.
The Main Problem, However, Which Seems To Run Through Most Of The Registration Centres Across The Country Is The Failure For The Public To Observe The Social Distancing Protocol.

The Commission’s Head Of Public Affairs, Sylvia Annor In An Interview With Citi News Said Registrants Will Be Required To Form Queues Responsibly, Amongst Others To Ensure That The Covid-19 Protocols Are Not Breached.

It Is For This Reason That The Bureau Of Public Safety (Bps) Is Asking President Akufo-Addo To Summon The Ec And The Ghana Police Service Over The Lack Of Adherence To The Covid-19 Preventive Measures.

She Also Said Registration Officers Assigned To The Various Centres Are To Create Markings On The Floor That Will Ensure Social Distancing.
Even Though The Concerns Have Been Numerous, The Ec, However, Insists That The Situation Has Improved As Compared To Before And That It Has Taken Pragmatic Steps To Ensure That The Social Distancing Protocol Is Widely Adhered To At Each Centre.

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