by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana                                    

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The Electoral Commission (EC) has written to political parties in the country to present two external hard drives to the commission so it could transfer copies of the voters register and polling stations to them for their perusal.

Director of Communications at the EC, Eric Dzakpasu explained in its current manual form, the document was too bulky hence the call on the political parties to bring two terabyte hard disks for the data for easier access.

He stated, electorates who registered in 2012 and those who got registered during the limited registration exercises in 2014 and 2015 as well as NHIS registrants and those who undertook special registration can all be found in the register.

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