Voters registration: GES grants SHS students permission to participate

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has authorized Senior High School (SHS) students aged 18 and above to leave campus and participate in the voter registration process. They are allowed a four-day absence from Tuesday, May 7 to Friday, May 10, 2024.

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This decision aligns with the constitutional right of all Ghanaian citizens to vote. GES has instructed Regional Directors of Education to inform all Heads of Second Cycle Institutions within their area about this directive.

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The Electoral Commission (EC) began the 27-day registration process on Tuesday, May 7, across all 268 district offices. This registration period aims to accommodate Ghanaians who turned 18 since the last registration in 2020 and those who were previously eligible but couldn’t register due to various reasons.

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