Chairman of the electoral commission Charlotte Osei has revealed that a lost voter identification card never disenfranchises an electorate from voting since all that is needed to vote is a finger print.
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Addressing issues related to the replacement of missing voter ID cards the EC boss revealed that once has his or her fingers intact they can be scanned the register, verified and then you allowed to vote.
The EC will commence its limited registration exercise from 28 April – 8 May to register persons who have turned 18 years and older and others who have never registered. The EC is expecting to register about 1.2 million new voters ahead of the November 7 polls to elect a new president and fresh parliament.