[Opinion] P. K. Sarpong writes

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Dear NDC,

I am struggling to keep a semblance of equanimity when I think about your inexorable intent to resist the planned compilation of a new register for the 2020 elections.

Your mendacious propaganda against the EC is failing to yield its intended results so you are investing in unorthodox methods to get the EC to pander to your whims and caprices.

From all indications, you are not interested in the new register.

Why don’t you make it simple for you and your party members by abstaining from the registration exercise when the EC begins it?

If you are not keen on getting your names on the register, do the needful by staying far away from the entire exercise.

Your planned demonstrations are meaningless since the reasons for same are not cogent enough.

You should convince us what you stand to lose if the new register comes on board.

To some of us, if you hit the streets by way of protests, you would only be engaging in exercises that keep your bodies in shape.

The weather is unfriendly, you need to kill the coldness somehow. You can kill this cold weather with early morning keep-fit activities. As for the registration exercise, you are at liberty to abandon it.

Source: P.K.Sarpong

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