National Security Suspends Parliamentary Voting At Akwatia Over Security Issues

National Security Suspends Parliamentary Voting At Akwatia Over Security Issues

Voting of parliamentary candidates at Akwatia in the Eastern Region has been put on hold upon advice from the national security.

Eastern regional secretary of the party, Kevor Mark-Oliver has revealed all efforts are being put in place to neutralize the security problems there.

Voting will however take place across the rest of 32 constituencies in the region. The voting is being held in 274 out of the 275 constituencies across the country. It will be done in 8,234 polling centers across board.

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