Archbishop Duncan-Williams of the Action Chapel, the chairman of the National Peace Council, Reverend Dr Ernest Adu-Gyamfi, the chairperson of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) Josephine Osei, and observers from some international organizations have been spotted at the premises of the Electoral Commission.
GhanaWeb has been informed that these highly revered persons who are key figures in ensuring peace and stability in the country arrived at the EC premise in the late hours of Tuesday, December 8.
GhanaWeb can boldly report that the leadership of the Electoral Commission are in meeting with the aforementioned religious figures.
It is understood that a press conference will be held after the meeting where the EC will update Ghanaians on progress made so far.
Source; Opera News