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True, NPP Is Offering Free Transportation to Voting Grounds for Their Supporters

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Claim: The New Patriotic Party is organising free transportation for supporters to vote across the country.

True. Free transportation has been organised for NPP supporters to vote in various regions. Gary Kotei, a volunteer with the NPP and whose number is stated on the list, stated that the gesture is to ease movement of the party supporters. 

Full Text:

According to a publication on Yen.Gh, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has organised free transportation for supporters to go to their various polling stations across the country to vote.

Image Source: Yen.com

Verification:

Dubawa dialled some of the numbers indicated on the image and confirmed that indeed, the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has organised free transportation for supporters.

In a conversation with Gary Kotei, a volunteer with the NPP and whose number is stated on the list, he stated that the gesture is to ease movement of the party supporters. 

“Basically, what we are doing here is helping people travel from region to region…If you are in Accra and going to vote in the Eastern region, we will help you out…come to Circle, Kokomlemle, Accra Technical Training School(ATTC). Ask for the NPP office. Buses are moving from now to tomorrow dawn”.

Conclusion: 

It is true that the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has organised free buses for supporters to ease their movement to polling units.

Roselena Ahiable is a Senior Researcher with Dubawa Ghana. Roselena has years of demonstrated work experience in advertising, sales and marketing, having worked with some of the leading brands in Ghana. She has completed a Master of Philosophy programme in Communication Studies at the University of Ghana, Legon, with specialisation in Public Relations and Advertising. She has also received advanced training in print and broadcast journalism. Roselena also holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Theatre Arts from the University of Ghana. As a trained journalist with interest in research, Roselena provides the team insight in news and media trend analysis.

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