All soldiers who were not able to vote during the extended special voting exercise are expected to be given a special chance to do so on election day.
This follows the military high command's decision to have a special arrangement for all affected soldiers as all affected soldiers are being asked to provide their names, polling stations and voter identification numbers.
Director of public relations of the army, Colonel Eric Aggrey-Quashie, has confirmed that the arrangement was meant “to alert their units to deploy them to places that they can vote" strating that "this is to ensure they are not sent far away from their voting centres”.
What this means is that all affected soldiers will be deployed to the very polling stations where they will be voting come December 7.
Sunday's extended special voting exercise is feared to have been patronized on a low side as voters came in dribs and drabs to cast their ballot.