COMOG calls for Dialogue Among Political Stakeholders
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Accra – The Coalition of Muslim Organisations, Ghana (COMOG) has called on all political stakeholders in the country to as a matter of urgency sit at the table to iron out issues that are likely to disrupt the smooth conduct and outcome of the 2020 general elections.

With barely six months to the upcoming elections, the organisation is of the view that the current impasse between the Electoral Commission (EC) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) over the compilation of a new voters register does not auger well for the creation of conducive political atmosphere as election approaches.

It has therefore urged all parties with differing views to resolve all misunderstandings and conflict through dialogue so as to build consensus towards sustaining the peace, unity and development of the nation.

COMOG made the call in a press statement signed by the Chairman of the Media, Public Relation and Research Committee, Mawuli Mustapha Braimah on behalf of COMOG Chairman, Abdel Manan Abdel Rahman.

It encouraged all citizens to have an interest in sustaining hope and confidence in the electoral system as that was crucial in ensuring peaceful, free and fair elections- a hallmark of Ghana’s democracy that has been recognised on the African continent and on the global stage.

The coalition has also commended other key personalities such as two former presidents, John Agyekum Kufuor and Jerry John Rawlings among other stakeholders for their call for dialogue among opposing parties.  

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