The General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), John Boadu, over the weekend toured some registration centres in the Eastern Region to observe the ongoing voter registration exercise.
The tour took him to the Akuapem North Constituency, where he visited the Presby Primary Registration Centre, Presby JHS Registration Centre and Temporal Booth Registration Centre in Amanokrom, and then the Methodist Primary School Registration Centre in Tutu. He ended his tour in the constituency at the Otubromu Registration Centre in Mampong.
He proceeded to the Okere Constituency and visited the Aseseso Methodist Primary Registration Centre, then to an EC gazetted Nifa SHS Registration Centre, Methodist Chapel Square 1 and 2 Registration Centres in Adukrom.
His next stop was the Yilo Krobo Constituency, where he visited the Social Centre, the Mennonite Church Registration Centre and the Sawer Registration Centre. He also went to the Lower Manya Krobo and toured Kodjonya Presby Primary 1 and 2 centres at Odumase Krobo and the Accra Station 1 and 2 Registration Centres in Odumase.
The NPP chief scribe ended his regional tour in the Asougyaman Constituency, visiting a number of registration centres including Osiabura L/A Registration Centre, Presby Primary Registration Centre and Asikuma Clinic Registration Centre in Asikuma.
He donated sanitizers and face masks to all the registration centres he visited to augment the supplies made by the Electoral Commission to its personnel and registrants.
Speaking to some pressmen, John Boadu expressed satisfaction at the conduct of the exercise in the region, underscoring the level of compliance to Covid-19 health protocols.
He was accompanied by Maame Yaa Aboagye and Yaw Preko, both Deputy National Communications Directors of the party, as well as some Eastern Region executives of the NPP led by Umar Bodinga, the Easter Region First Vice Chairman.