Think Again About Your Choice to Give Up Using Indelible Ink in Elections – Nana Akomea To EC

The Electoral Commission has received a warning from STC Chief Executive Officer Nana Akomea regarding their decision to stop using indelible ink during elections.

The nation’s elections would no longer require the use of indelible ink, according to a notice served to the Electoral Commission (EC).

The indelible ink, a semi-permanent dye put to a voter’s finger to prevent multiple votes, has been replaced, according to the Commission, with a biometric authentication method that is currently being tested in the district elections.

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