There has been massive voter turnout at polling centres across the Dormaa Central Constituency.
People started trooping to the centres as early as 0100 hours and waited anxiously for the arrival of the electoral materials and election officers to begin the process.
Agents of the political parties and election observers are also on hand to make sure nothing goes wrong.
Akua Twumwaa, the Presiding Officer at the Dormaa Senior High Secondary School Akonkodiem ‘B’ Centre, expressed confidence about a smooth and successful election.
She told reporters of the Ghana News Agency (GNA) covering the polls under the “GNA Tracks Election 2016,” project, funded by Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL), the nation’s foremost indigenous oil marketing company, and CIMG 2015 Petroleum Company of the Year, that they had not encountered any problems so far.
A total of 613 voters are expected to cast their ballot at that polling centre.
Nana Yaa, a kenkey seller, said she got to the place at midnight and that she did not want to miss the opportunity to cast her ballot.