- EC has cautioned Ghanaians not to wear blue-coloured attires to the registration centres
- This is to avoid conflicting colours since the background used for the passport sized pictures is blue
- Ghanaians have therefore been advised to wear different colours
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The Electoral Commission of Ghana has called on Ghanaians to desist from wearing blue-coloured attires to the registration centres.
According to the EC, this is to avoid conflicting colours since the background used for the passport sized pictures is blue in colour.
The Director of Public Affairs of the EC, Sylvia Annor, made this known in a public statement.
“We wish to inform the public that the background of the biometric photograph is blue. As such, we kindly request the general public to wear colours other than blue.
In short, do not wear a blue outfit to the registration centres as it will be difficult to obtain a good photograph”.
The registration of the new voters roll started yesterday, 30 June, with approval from the Supreme Court.
Meanwhile, over 20 people who trooped to the Korle Bu registration centre to register showed symptoms of COVID-19.
According to the health officer, Rabiatu Braimah, who was stationed at the registration centre, the suspected individuals had very high temperatures, had a cold, or were coughing.
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