Ghana Electoral Commission bans the use of motorcycles, and the sale of alcohol near polling stations on election day.
The Ghana Electoral Commission has issued a ban on the use of motorcycles, and have issued a directive to security personnel to block access routes to polling stations for people who don't intend to disregard the ban.
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Speaking to the press on Tuesday, Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Madam Charlotte Osei, touched on the subject of the motorbike ban.
“We want to remind the public that the sale of alcohol within 500 meters of a polling station is prohibited. In addition the Police have determined that within the hours of 5:00 pm tomorrow and 6:00 am on December 8th, the use of motorbikes are not permitted. In addition to this, on Election Day, motorbikes are not permitted within 400 meters of a polling station.”