Don't just say “E dey be Keke,” register and vote - Mahama

Don't just say “E dey be Keke,” register and vote - Mahama

-President Mahama has charged young supporters in the Volta Region to take active part in the upcoming limited voter registration

- The limited voter registration is scheduled to take place on April

Young supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Volta Region have been charged by President Mahama to  register in the upcoming limited voter registration to enable them vote in the general elections on November 7.

 “When the register is open, make sure you go and put down your name. I don’t want you to come to rallies to shout “E dey be Keke” and on November 7, you won’t have a vote. This time we want a turn out of 99.99%,” President Mahama said.

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On March 12, the Electoral Commission conducted a pilot biometric registration in some selected polling stations across the country with the limited registration itself is scheduled for April 28.

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That this means is that all those who were unable to register in 2012 will have the opportunity to do so on on April 28, 2016.

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