Network Challenges Affect Voter’s Registration at Tamale Metropolis

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Network challenges disrupt voter registration in Tamale Metropolis. Stay informed on the impact of technical difficulties on the electoral process.

Numerous individuals who gathered at the Sagnerigu and Tamale metro registration centers to obtain their voter identification cards express frustration with the process.

Abubakari Naimah, a final year student at the Northern School of Business (NOBISCO), arrived at the registration center at 4:30 am and described the situation as frustrating. Despite arriving early, she had not been able to complete the registration process by 11:00 am due to power outages and non-functional machines. Naimah criticized the authorities for what she perceived as a lack of seriousness in preparing for the exercise, suggesting that they should have tested the machines beforehand.

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