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General News of Monday, 5 December 2016


Change ballot if you thumbprint wrongly - Mahama

President John Mahama has intensified his voter education campaign with two days to the election, reminding his supporters to return their ballot paper if they thumbprint wrongly for a replacement.

The President's focus as the December 7 general elections draws closer is more on educating his supporters on how to vote right so they don’t spoil their ballot on election day.

He says it is crucial he does this so their labour of crisscrossing the nooks and cranny of the country campaigning will not be in vain.

President Mahama once again highlighted this when he addressed a number of rallies Sunday to round up the last leg of his campaign in the Northern Region.

In Sawla, Mr Mahama who is seeking a second term in office, took his time to take his supporters through how to vote and reminded them they can get their ballot papers replaced in case they make a mistake.