Sunday, December 7, 2008


Polls have closed across the country in Ghana's general elections. Ghanaians started voting for presidential and parliamentary polls 7 am today. The polls described as generally peaceful received a massive turn.
The election process was however beset with some problems. The issues range from late start of the exercise to blotted ballot papers, slow pace of the voting, multiple polling stations at one location and a few attempts to disrupt the process.

Long queues still remain in some polling stations across the country. Reports from the Farm Vivian polling station  for example indicates there are about 600 people still waiting for their turn to cast their votes.

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