Mr Dame singled out the Electoral Commission (EC) and its officials for praise, for their commitment and speed, despite the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Deputy AG, who paid a courtesy call to some of the registration centres at East Legon, in the Ayawaso West Wuogun Constituency, insisted that the EC deserves commendation for the work they have done, especially in these last few weeks.
Mr Dame and his wife, Dr Mrs Joycelyn Dame, who is a member of the National COVID-19 management team, distributed food and PPE to EC officials, security personnel and registrants at the "Blue Kiosk" registration centre on the Kinshasa Avenue, East Legon. Many, especially, the registrants were surprised and impressed by the gesture.
The EC commenced the final phase of the registration exercise last week, with over 12 million people registering so far.
Before this new registration exercise, there was a total of 16,845,439 voters on the register, however, the EC decided to create a new roll as they believed the old one was inaccurate and bloated.
This led to some agitation from the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) who challenged the EC and the AG's office at the Supreme Court over the registration itself and later the identification process.
However, the AG's legal team, led by Godfred Dame, was successful in their defence, leading to the occurrence of the current registration exercise.
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