In anticipation of the 2024 general elections in Ghana, The National Commission for Civic Education says vote buying was once again on the rise last year when a series of elections were held in 2023.
Chairperson of the commission Kathleen Ade is urging Ghanaian electorates to desist from exchanging their votes for money which she says has fueled politicians to continually buy the conscience of the average Ghanaian voter during elections.
The NCCE is however calling on the youth to also reject the advances of any politician that tries to engage them in violent acts and disruptions to mar the 2024 elections.
The Commission warns the media also to play its role effectively to ensure credible elections. Listen to Kathleen Adde, Director of the NCCE.