The existing register works by using fingerprint and there are numerous circumstances, wherever people’s finger prints are not able to be verified by the device and officers pressured to resort to handbook authentication.
Mr Samuel Tettey, Deputy Fee in-charge of Operations at the EC who reported this at a media briefing on Monday spelled out that despite the fact that the current biometric sign-up procured in 2012 was credible it experienced other problems, which the fee would not want to compromise in the subsequent basic election.
The conference was employed to notify the media about preparations built in the direction of Tuesday District Assembly and Device Committee Elections.
He reported there had been several complains that some people could not register so all these and far more informed the Commission’s conclusion to have a new register that would be extra credible, responsible and appropriate to all.
Dr Eric Bossman Asare, Deputy Commissioner in charge of Cooperate Services at the EC spelled out, that the procedure was outdated and wanted to make way for new and enhanced a single to aid a sleek procedure.