Supreme Court to decide fate of 56,000 NHIS voters today

The Supreme Court will today give its ruling on the fate of 56,000 persons whose names were captured on the electoral register using the National Health Insurance Scheme card.

Lawyers for former National Youth Organizer of the PNC, Abu Ramadan have filed an application opposing the list of persons who registered with NHIS cards submitted to the Supreme Court.

The Electoral Commission submitted the list on the orders of the Supreme Court.

However, lawyers for Abu Ramadan have raised objections to the 56,000 names presented to the court.

They claim the list is fictitious.

The court therefore ordered the lawyers to file the application which was done Monday.

The Supreme Court will Today give its judgment on the matter

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