CCG Trains staff on voter-education and election monitoring for December polls


The Christian Council of Ghana has organized a two-day Voter Education and Election Monitoring training programme for its staff in Accra.

The Program which took place at the Mensvic Grand Hotel highlighted on the effective way of educating and monitoring an election as an observer.

Topics learnt included responsibilities of an election observer, free and fair elections, responsibilities of a presiding officer, framework on elections amongst others.

In attendance were the General Secretary of the Christian Council of Ghana, Rev. Dr. Cyril G.K. Fayose, Madam Joyce Larko Steiner, Director of Programmes and Advocacy, Rev. Abraham Opoku Baffour, Ecumenical Relations Officer and all CCG Staff.

Source: CCG - November 4, 2020


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