The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC), Jean Mensa has come out to say that she is in need of more protection than ever due to the nature of her work.
The electoral commission which has come under strong criticism and fire since it’s declaration of the just ended December 7 election in which the NPP and Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo-Addo were declared victorious and re-elected as the president of Ghana.
This news came us a big blow for the opposition party the NDC who have since then not been able to accept this verdict by using many forms (demonstrations) to express their dissatisfaction with the Electoral Commission.
Jean Mensa speaking in an interview with adom media, disclosed her biggest fear and how her life as a person is much more important than her job.
“My work is very important for me, but my life matters more. It doesn’t usually bother me when people disgrace the integrity of my work”.
She further added that her work is something based on laws and not wishes, so whatever she does and has done was according to what the laws permit and not of her own free will. She made notice of how much she feels unsafe in the society as at now with all that is going on in the country.
“My family’s security depends on me and I am willing to defend them with everything”.
She has called for protection for herself and her family;
She made know in the interview how urgent she and her family are in need of urgent and maximum protection like every government personnel has.
She vowed to forever keep her solemnity to the people, and serve Ghana in the best way she can.
Source: Opera News