The meeting was also attended by the Deputy Commissioner, Dr Eric Bossman Asare and member of the Commission, Adwoa Asuma Abrefi.
Leading figures of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), including Chairman Samuel Ofosu Ampofo and General Secretary, John Asiedu Nketia, also participated in the discussions which centred on a wide range of issues.
“We discussed a wide range of issues of concern to the NDC and the Commission itself. This included the just ended limited registration exercise, implementation of ROPAL, the need for a robust and reliable IT system for the EC.
“We also spoke about gazetting of polling station results of election 2016, which remains outstanding, among others,” Mr Mahama who is also the NDC’s 2020 flagbearer, posted on Facebook.
“On behalf of the NDC, I reminded the Commission that Ghana’s electoral process is considered an example and one of the best on the continent of Africa, and this is because of the exchange of ideas and the timely resolution of challenges we face after each and every election.
“I also reiterated the need for the Chairperson and her team to see political parties as active partners in the electioneering process to ensure free, fair and transparent elections,” he wrote.
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