Former Electoral Commission Boss, Charlotte Osei has burst the bubble of all and sundry by revealing that she did not vote in the 2020 general elections.
According to her, she was not concerned about the electioneering process and also did not bother to monitor the results.
Speaking in an interview on Joy News, Charlotte Osei said she was spent the three electioneering days chilling at the beach with his children
“I was at the beach [on the 7th, 8th, and 9th of December 2020], I didn’t vote, I didn’t monitor the elections, why should I?
“I wasn’t paid to monitor the elections. So I can’t have time with my children at the beach?”
Madam Charlotte Osei was ousted from the Electoral Commission shortly after the NPP sworn in office after winning the 2016 elections.
She was accused of breaching a procurement contract. Madam Charlotte was the successor to venerable statesman Kojo Afari Gyan and was succeeded by Madam Jean Mensa