He explained that the mop up had become necessary at some of the areas because during the registration, either the kit broke down or there were long periods of shortage of materials, denying a lot of people the chance to register .The mop-up will take place this weekend in eight of Ghana's ten regions.
He urged qualified applicants in the affected centres who had not yet registered to take note and register, but was quick to caution those who had already registered as voters to avoid registering again, since that would amount to double registration.
Mr Owusu-Parry explained that any such double registration would be detected.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Ghana Wrapping Up Biometric Voter Enrollment
Mop Up Biometric Registration In Eight Regions (Daily Graphic)