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BVR Exercise: Electoral Commission Pledges Seamless Exercise after First Day

With the technical issues resolved, the EC remains committed to ensuring a successful and inclusive registration process for all eligible Ghanaians.

Following The Accra Times report on technical and network issues in most districts on the first day of the limited voter registration exercise, the Electoral Commission has reaffirmed its dedication to a seamless registration process for all.

The Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana has successfully addressed the technical issues that affected the Limited Voter Registration on its first day, May 7, 2024. The challenges, which included faulty machines and network problems, prevented some prospective voters from registering, but the EC swiftly resolved the issues, ensuring a smooth registration process across the country.


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In a statement, the EC explained that internet connectivity issues in several registration centres caused delayed starts, but by noon, most of the technical problems had been resolved.

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“We are happy to note that by noon, the technical issues in most of the Registration Centers had been resolved,” the Commission said.

The Commission also assured the public that it would continue to monitor the registration process and promptly address any further issues that may arise.

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“The Commission will continue to monitor the Registration Exercise and promptly address any issues that may arise” said the Commission.

The EC further encouraged all eligible applicants to take advantage of the opportunity to register to vote in their respective districts.

“We encourage all qualified applicants to avail themselves and register to vote in their respective districts ensuring their voices are heard in the upcoming elections,” the commission said.

With the technical issues resolved, the EC remains committed to ensuring a successful and inclusive registration process for all eligible Ghanaians.

Read the Full Statement Below

Voters Registration Exercise 7th May Press Release

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