The limited voters registration exercise at Wamfie, the capital of the Dormaa East District, has witnessed an impressive turn out, with several prospective voters trooping into the various centres to register.
Prospective voters, particularly, those whose eligibility were challenged and doubted were seen filing into the various registration centres with guarantors to help them to register.
The registration centres visited include the Wamfie Magistrate Court, Wamfie Methodist Primary, Wamanafo Sabikrom, Wamanafo Ampenkro, Dormaa Akwamu at the frontage of chief’s palace, Dormaa Akwamu Roman Catholic Primary.
Speaking in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, Mr George Twumasi the registration officer, at the Akontanim Methodist Church centre, said the challenge they encountered was with the inability of prospective voters to secure guarantors who would have to testify on their behalf before they could be allowed to register.
As at 1100 hrs 11 people had been registered at the Akontanim Methodist centre, while 22 others were in with their guarantors to register at the Wamfie Methodist Primary centre.
The registration officer, Mr Joe Mensah said there were no complaints from any quarters at the centre.
At the Asuotiano District Assembly Junior High School centre, Mr Tabiri Cheremeh, the registration officer, said 17 people had registered at around 1130hrs.
At the Wamanafo Sabikrom, Mr Francis Damoah, the registration officer in – charge, stated that 48 people comprising 24 males and 24 females had so far registered.
He commended both the parents and other guarantors who accompanied their children to register.
At the Kyeremasu Methodist Primary, Mr S Appiah, the registration officer, said 44 prospective voters had registered as at 1530hrs.