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NDC Member Detained Over Birth Certificate Falsification

A member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been detained by police in Okaikwei North for allegedly falsifying documents to register three voters.
According to police sources, two additional suspects implicated in the case are currently at large, and law enforcement is actively searching for them.
The arrested individual, whose identity has not been disclosed, along with the two fugitives, reportedly fabricated birth certificates for three individuals to include their names in the voter register of the Okaikwei North constituency.
The individuals in question are Emmanuel Gakpe, Umar Salifu, and Davidson Yaw Boadzo.
Documents obtained by the media confirm the allegations. A letter from the Birth and Death Registry has substantiated the forgery, indicating that none of the three names appear in their records.
The letter, dated June 11, specifically stated, “All three names – Emmanuel Gakpe, Umar Salifu, and Davidson Yaw Boadzo – could not be traced in our records.”
The police are continuing their investigation and are intensifying efforts to locate and apprehend the two suspects who remain at large.
This incident highlights the ongoing challenges of ensuring the integrity of the voter registration process as the country prepares for the upcoming elections.

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