Former Chief Director of the Electoral Commission (EC), Kwame Damoah Agyeman, has stated that there is the need for the Commission to be rebranded.
According to him, the rebranding process must involve changing the logo of the commission because “it has no significance”.
He argued that “The commission thrives on its integrity and since the top has been removed the integrity is gone, the commission may need to be rebranded.”
Former Chief Director of the EC made these observations while contributing to discussions on the removal of the EC Chairperson and her two deputies.
This was after a committee set up by Chief Justice Sophia A.B Akuffo to investigate allegations of misconduct and incompetence found them guilty.
The committee also investigated allegations of abuse of office and conflict of interest. The three have been involved in heated and spirited media warfare, accusing each other of wrongdoing.
Meanwhile, Programs Officer for the Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), Paul Abrampah-Mensah also said “if issues of questioning the integrity of the institution arise; necessary actions must be put in place”.