The Electoral Commission (EC) has said that it will rely on a C.I. which is yet to mature in Parliament to allow students to transfer their votes from wherever they may be on election day.
According to the Deputy Commissioner Samuel Tettey,the processes for the transfer is expected to commence in October.
Addressing the second edition of ‘Let The People Know’, Deputy EC Chair Samuel Tettey said, they will rely on nearby registration centre codes to cue the concern of breaching the regulation.
He stated that,it is the commission’s mandate to ensure that every Ghanaian who is eligible to vote is given the chance hence will take all necessary measures for everyone who qualifies to vote.
He stressed that plans to get students registered are far advanced and will ensure every deserving Ghanaian student is registered.