The process will continue until September 8 as the commission continues to roll out various programmes in preparation for the general elections on December 7 this year.
Additionally, the commission has pointed out that voter registration will be carried on August 19 and August 26 at all district offices of the commission.
The EC had earlier dispelled the perception of low turnout during exhibition of the voters’ register. The election-conducting body described the 21-day exercise in all 29,000 centres across the country as impressive.
The exhibition of the register of voters, which began on 18 July, was to give the Ghanaian electorate the opportunity to verify their status on the roll and also help delete names of deceased persons ahead of the elections in December.
Class News’ checks since the inception of the exercise revealed that there was little interest in the exercise but the Deputy Head of Communications for the Electoral Commission, Ayuba Alhassan Yusif, in an interview with Class News, said the EC was generally satisfied with the exercise, which ended on Sunday August 7.