The Gamey & Co ADR Centre has offered to mediate between the Electoral Commission (EC) and the opposition political parties on the proposed new voters register which has become a subject of controversy in the country.

The firm believes that the matter should be handled professionally to avoid the impasse disturbing Ghana’s security and peace.

A statement issued and signed by the Chairman of Gamey & Co ADR Centre, Mr Austin Gamey said: “We offer mediation as our corporate social responsibility to mother Ghana and trust that the Electoral Commission and the concerned parties who are interested in a peaceful electoral process would accept the mediation intervention.”

It added: “As a result of the position taken by the Electoral Commission and the opposing political parties on the proposed new voters register, controversy and political tension has been generated in the country and if not handled with much care, the impasse has the potential of disturbing, the peace and security of the nation.”