The Chief Justice has written officially to Charlotte Osei to respond to the allegations leveled against her by her staff

Investigations into the turf war at the Electoral Commission are said to have commenced.

The Chief Justice has written officially to the Chairperson of the Commission, Charlotte Osei, to respond to the allegations leveled against her by her staff.

The two other commissioners, Amadu Sulley and Georgina Opoku-Amankwa, have equally been written to, to react to the petitions against them, seeking their removal from office.

Whiles the Chief Justice has reportedly begun a probe into the matter, 2016 flagbearer of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has called for the removal of all seven commissioners of EC.

According to him, the Commissioners have brought the integrity and image of the Commission into disrepute following their feud and have disappointed Ghanaians.

Speaking on ATV, he said the commissioners can no longer continue to stay in office.

He said “I’m putting it all back to how the EC has been set up and how it has been working over the years. We must find ways to improve the laws that ensure their appointment. But Before we go onto that, those people sitting there as commissioners, by right, we should all demand that they should go, they should be sacked, all the commissioners.”

Source: pulse.com.gh