Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has today 30th June 2020 visited polling stations in his constituency to observe the COVID-19 protocols during the Voters’ registration exercise.
He arrived at the polling station early hours after the registration started in the morning.
At the registration centre, it was observed that the recommended COVID-19 safety protocols were being observed.
All registrants were in their nose masks, and observing the social distancing. Other recommended protocols such as washing of hands and use of hand sanitizers were also being observed.
A registrant who spoke to some reporters said she came to the centre at 5:30 AM, observed that the process was too slow and could cause frustration amongst many people.
North Tongu is one of the twenty-five (25) districts district in the Volta Region of Ghana. Its district capital and Administrative Centre is Battor Dugame.
The Volta River cuts the district into two halves from North to South.
Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa in 2016 won the Parliamentary seat for North Tongu by 26, 560 representing 75.49% votes.
He has been chosen again by his constituents to represent them in Parliament after winning the National Democratic Congress’ Primaries in the region.
By Agnes Melissa Yovo | talksafrica.com