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Special Voting: Massive Voter Turnout Recorded in Volta Regional Capital

BY: News Desk| Voltaonlinegh.com |

Special voting has begun with massive turnout at the Electoral Commission polling station A and B in the Ho central constituency in the Volta region.

A total of 1, 472 registered voters are expected to cast their ballots for the presidential and parliamentary election.

As at 9:00 am, total of 254 voters have cast their ballot in the Ho central constituency and out of the number, 153 voters formed part of a total of 737 registered voters from polling center A  while 101 voters out of 735 registered voters cast their ballot at polling station B.

Voters waiting for their turns at Poling Station A

The presiding officers for polling station A and B, Mr. Simon Nayo and Mr. Kosi Kosipa respectively noted that, the process so far has been smooth without any challenges and all the Covid-19 protocols are being observed.

They however noted that voting started at exactly 7:00am and the turnout is encouraging adding that they are not anticipating any challenges until voting ends as the electoral process, so far, is peaceful and smooth.

Also in the Agortime-Ziope Constituency, Voting started at exactly 7:00am and as at 2:15pm, a total number of 188 out of the expected 218 voters had cast their votes, according to Mr. Ephraim Dzah, the presiding officer.

Mr. Dzah noted that, the process has been smooth so far as they have not encountered any challenges.

Meanwhile a total of 7,327 registered voters in the Volta Region comprising Security Personnel, Journalists, some Electoral Commission officials and some Electorates with special duties on the election day are expected to cast their votes at 28 special voting centers across the entire region today ahead of the general election on December 7.

Source: www.voltaonlinegh.com

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