The Volta regional branch of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) has vowed not to allow any foreigner vote in the December 7 general elections.

The party’s Regional Secretary, Joseph Hormenyasaid they are determined to ensure only indegines in the region elect their leaders for the nation.

This comes after the Ho Magistrate Court directed the Electoral Commission (EC) to expunge some 99 names from the voters' roll in the Ho central constituency of the Volta region.

This was due to objections raised by one Leonard Agbesi, a resident of Hodzokorfe claiming those persons were not ‘residents or ordinarily residents’ of his community.

Speaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen programme Monday, Mr. Hormenya said the order by the court is one of many to come.

He indicated that, agents of the NPP in the area have objected to about 5000 names during the Voter registration exercise.

The NPP man revealed that a Magistrate court at Dzolokpuita in the Ho West constituency has adjourned to Friday, a `similar case which might lead to the removal of some 171 names on the voters register in that area.

“Gradually we will make sure unqualified people are removed from the register in the Volta region,” he stressed.

Mr. Hormenya added that all they are seeking to achieve as a responsible political party is to ensure a clean register for free and fair elections.