Civic Education and Public Advocacy Think-Tank, The Atta-Mills Institute (AMI) has showered heavy praises on the Electoral Commission (EC) praised for what it describes as a successful residential and parliamentary polls.
In a statement issued by AMI, it described the 2020 general elections as “extremely free and fair”.
The statement indicated that the process was not only free and fair but has been accepted by observers both local and international.
“In line with expressing appreciation to the growth of State Institutions, and in the wake of the just-ended Presidential and Parliamentary Elections, the AMI congratulates the Jean Mensah led Electoral Commission for rolling out an extremely free and fair voting process that allowed all eligible voters to cast their ballot in accordance with worldwide acceptable, Universal Adult Suffrage principles.”
The Institute further commended the security agencies for their role in ensuring a smooth process.
“We further congratulate all the Security Agencies, State and Private Institutions, the 22 (including the AMI) Local and 6 International Observer Teams, Local and International Media, the various political parties, as well as the Good People of Ghana for keeping a very close eye on the election processes – before, during, and after the election.”
It ended by wishing Ghanaians a beautiful festive season.
“By this Press Release, the Atta-Mills Institute extends very warm yuletide felicitations to the, President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, Vice President, His Excellency Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, and the entirety of the Ghanaian People, and look forward with lots of optimism to walking into the New Year of 2021, holding hands in genuine pursuit of building the BETTER GHANA that we all deserve.
The ravaging COVID-19 global pandemic has been ravenously ravaging, but with deep faith in God, we believe that 2021 shall come with better tidings of great joy.
Merry Christmas, and may God lead Ghana up His own righteous path in the New Year of 2021.”