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The Electoral Commission of Ghana kick-started the Limited Registration nationwide on September 12, 2023, for Ghanaians who attain 18 years of age and those who were unable to register during the previous exercise.

Applicants are expected to have their names registered in the District Offices of the Electoral Commission across the country.

The Electoral Commission of Ghana kick-started the Limited Registration nationwide on September 12, 2023, for Ghanaians who attain 18 years of age and those who were unable to register during the previous exercise.

Applicants are expected to have their names registered in the District Offices of the Electoral Commission across the country.

In a related development, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has warned that it will stop at nothing to prevent the Jean Mensah-led electoral management body from manipulating the limited voter registration process currently underway in all the district offices of the commission.

“We will ensure that the manipulation of the Electoral Commission (EC) and the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) to rig the process are defeated and defeated soundly,” the National Chairman of the NDC reiterated.

Addressing the press at the party’s headquarters in Accra, the National Chairman of the NDC, Mr. Johnson Asiedu Nketia, hinted that members of the party will monitor the exercise to ensure that the process is not manipulated by the EC.

Accordingly, they will keenly monitor the ongoing limited voter registration exercise despite the party’s suit against the EC.

“We are ready, very ready, but we care for the poor registrants who must cater for the costs and constraints of being registered to vote. 

We currently have our agents and officers in all 268 district offices of the Electoral Commission countrywide, and we are keenly and actively monitoring the process,” said the NDC National Chairman.

On Tuesday, September 12, 2023, the NDC accused Ghana’s electoral management body of making the voter registration process difficult in its strongholds.

The ongoing limited voter registration is targeted to register over 1.3 million persons who have turned 18 years old since the last registration exercise in 2020.

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The 21-day exercise began on Tuesday, September 12, 2023, and is scheduled to end on October 2, 2023.

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