Day Two of the Electoral Commission's limited registration exercise is underway across polling stations nationwide.
The exercise will enable persons who turned 18 after the last registration exercise and first time voters to register to vote in the November elections.
It also presents an opportunity for people who have lost their voter identity cards to register to obtain new ones.
The EC expects that about 1.2 million people will register during the exercise, which will last 10 days.
In a Facebook post on Friday, the EC reiterated its call on eligible Ghanaians to register.
"Remember, if you don't register, you cannot vote on November 7 to choose your preferred leader. So go out now and register," the commission said.
YEN.com.gh understands that turnout on the first day of registration was moderate.
Among those who registered was Zanetor Rawlings, the winner of the National Democratic Congress's parliamentary primary in the Korle klottey constituency.