The Electoral Commission (EC) says no voter will be disenfranchised in this year’s election if the person is rejected by the verification device.
This is because it has introduced the manual form of verification in case a biometric device breaks down.
At a media encounter in Accra, EC Chairperson Mrs. Charlotte Osei, explained that there are twenty-nine thousand polling stations across the country and the biometric devices available are seventy-two thousand.
Therefore each polling station will be allocated two of these machines in the event one breaks down.
She gave a detailed explanation on how the manual verification will be done.
Mrs. Charlotte Osei also spoke on how results will be collated.