Voting is proceeding peacefully and in an orderly fashion at the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission park for delegates from the Dome-Kwabenya Constituency of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

With an expected voter population of 1,824 delegates, the queue when Graphic Online got there at 8:45 am, was long and winding.

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The team left for other constituencies but when it returned to the same place at 2:45pm, that is, six hours after, there was no indication that much progress had been made even though election officials said voting was on course and that the queue was seemed to increasing in spite of the numbers that had cast their vote.

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Regardless of the high turn out, the Presiding Officer, who is also the Ga East District Head of the EC, Madam Janet Koranteng told Graphic Online that as long as there were people still in the queue, voting will continue even after the closure time of 5pm in order to ensure that all delegates had the chance to vote and that no one would be disenfranchised.

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She said the process had been smooth and peaceful adding that no challenge had been encountered.

Four persons are vying for the candidature of the NDC in the Dome-Kwabenya Constituency.

They are Mrs Faustina Elikplim Akurugu, an entrepreneur, Mr Israel Nornyibey, a marketing consultant, Mr John Agbavitor, a businessman and Mr Godson Nii Ayidzaku Tackie, an accountant.



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