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St. Martins DePorress: As at 9:05, 80 people and 84 people had been registered at the polling stations A and B respectively. The number of registered voters is 1167.
The general atmosphere was calm. However, a woman, who identified herself as Gladys Ofori, who had been in the queue form 5am, was not allowed to cast her ballot because the verification machine could not capture their biometric data. The Polling Officer, Daniel Adu explained that they had been asked not to allow such persons to cast their vote.
Christian Home: At Christian home where the number expected to vote is 1138, 143 had voted as at 9;40. The atmosphere was also calm.
Voting has progressed with no hitches.
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