by: michael eli dokosi /                                    

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The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has initiated a series of debate forums involving parliamentary aspirants and the electorate.

The move, the commission says will offer a platform so voters get to know their potential legislators and get an understanding of their priority polices or plans.

The series will pitch candidates from competing parties to debate on issues in the company of the electorates in a bid to help shape up who to vote for on December 7.

The first debate is set for the Okaikoi South Constituency where candidates from the NDC, NPP, CPP and PPP will do battle.

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