Person voting

Special Voting at two polling stations in Tema West was delayed for almost an hour at the start of polls Tuesday.

Electoral materials arrived 30 minutes late as this delayed the process for nearly an hour.

Voting started at 7:45 with officials of the Electoral Commission, members of the Security Services and the media taking turns to vote.

In all, some 877 registered special voters including 439 from Polling Station A and 438 from Polling Station are expected to cast their votes at the Community Two Police Station.

Meanwhile, the GNA observed that Covid-19 protocols were being largely observed strictly.

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