Special Voting: 87.6% Turnout Recorded at Ejisu & Juaben Constituencies
The year 2020 is an election year in Ghana since the government headed by Nana Akufo Addo has exhausted their 4-year term of office. They will be going to the poll on December 7th to see what Ghanaians think about their leadership.
Today, the first day of December is actually the day set aside by the electoral commission of Ghana to undertake the special voting exercise.
The exercise was fruitful at many constituencies who no casualties recorded. Juaben and Ejisu constituencies are one of them. These constituencies recorded a massive turnout in the just-ended special voting exercise by the Electoral Commission for eligible voters who would be on duty on December 7 to cast their ballots.
At Ejisu recorded a total of 553 votes which represents 87.6% of registered electorates. Out of the 533 voters that were able to cast their ballots by the close of the polls, 219 were women and 334 were men. The election ended peacefully at both constituencies.
Mr. Edward Gyamfi, Ejisu Municipal Electoral Officer praised the electorates for their good conduct and being law-abiding throughout the election period for it to end peacefully and successfully. He hoped that the electorates would exhibit the same conduct on 7th December.
It is barely 6days left to the 2020 general elections and all that everyone is anticipating is peace. Let’s make this happen like the special voting electorates have done theirs peacefully.
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