The Vice President, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia has finally registered and gotten his new voters identification card.
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In a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, the vice president's noted that he exercised his constitutional right to vote by registering for the national voter identity (I.D) card at the Kperiga D/A Primary School polling station in Walewale.
According to him, the process was very smooth and safe.
He also noted that social distancing and other Covid-19 safety protocols put in place by the Electoral Commission at the polling station were very encouraging and adhered to religiously.
He, however, encouraged all and sundry to take part in the registration exercise as patriotic citizens
Bawumia reiterated strict adherence to all safety measures, including wearing our face masks and observing social distancing.
@Gentle Jack according to him, the process is not as smooth as he is claiming it to be in other places.
Your Excellency, the process will surely be cool and safe because you're the vice president of the republic. But in other places it's not smooth at all. Anyways, Allah bless and guide all leaders.
@Paa Willie stated that he is patiently waiting for the EC to begin registration in his hometown
I'm also waiting for the EC to commence ours in my hometown. Indeed, It is my civic responsibility to register so as to vote in the impending 2020 election.
@Abeduma Elisha decried the non-adherence to COVID-19 protocolsat other centres
In most registration centers, the Covid-19 protocols are not observed. You politicians can pretend the right things are being done; after all you value the power more than the lives of those you seek power from.
@Nana Yaw Twumasi said he has received his.
I've also gotten mine ooo. Let's meet at the polling station and vote for Nana Addo and the NPP candidate in our constituencies.
In other news, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Thursday, July 2, 2020, paid unannounced visits to five voter registration centres in the Greater Accra Region.
His visit to the five centres was to observe, at firsthand, the ongoing voter registration exercise.
In post sighted by YEN.com.gh, the president was spotted interacting with the registration officers at the various centres.
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