Information reaching indicates that, some machines at the registration centers are not functioning well which  has  made the voter’s registration exercise very slow.

The Kingdom FM reporter in the Greater Accra Region, Elvis Kuma, said so far the registration is going on well but since the machines are slow it’s delaying the process.

He was speaking to Reynolds Agyeman on ‘Pae Mu Ka’ on Accra-based Kingdom FM 107.7

Elvis Kuma said, Electoral Commission has put in proper measures in place for the registration in Adenta and its environs, he said EC has provided water and soap for washing of hands, hand sanitizers, when he visited most places in the Greater Accra Region.

“Last Thursday the Supreme Court presided over by the Chief Justice by a unanimous decision by the seven-member panel settled all the issues surrounding the voter’s register and affirmed the right of the EC to proceed with the compilation of the new voters register in accordance with the provisions of constitutional instrument C.I 126. The road has now been cleared for the Electoral Commission to proceed.

A total of 278 registration centers in the Region, have been earmarked for the phase-one of the exercise which will end on Sunday, July 5.

The Commission had projected to register about 16 million eligible voters nationwide in the exercise which began on Tuesday, June 30 and expected to end on Thursday, August 6.

By: Queenel Delali Kukey / Kingdom 107.7 FM / Kingdom TV/ / / Ghana / 2020

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