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The Chief of Staff at the Office of the President, Mrs Akosua Frema Osei-Opare has urged  prospective voters who have not yet registered to take advantage of the final phase of the registration to exercise their franchise in the December polls.

Speaking to the media after she registered in Accra, Madam Frema-Opare said the exercise is not only to make people part of the decision making process but also to choose competent leaders.

The mass voter registration by the Electoral Commission entered its sixth and final phase on Saturday, August 1.

The exercise will end on Thursday, August 6.

At the Presby JHS 1 and 2 polling stations at Abokyiman at East Legon measures were in place to ensure adherence of the safety protocols.

The Chief of Staff Akosua Frema-Opare like all the applicants went through the registration process. She described the exercise as successful.

The Chief of Staff also visited some centres in the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency to inspect the final phase of the exercise.

The centres include Emmanuel Eye Clinic A and B, Bani Hostel, Legon, Valco, Jubilee, Liman and Kwapong halls of the University of Ghana.

She also donated made in Ghana biscuits, sanitizers and Ekumfi  juice to the EC officials.

According to the EC, more than 12 million voters have so far registered in the ongoing mass voter registration.

About 15 million prospective voters are expected to be registered at the end of the exercise.

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