According to the progressing new voters’ registration exercise led by the Electoral Commission of Ghana a round circulated around the web.
A circular circulated around the web with the is educating that Ghanaians so far as that is concerned every one of the individuals who stand clear or qualified to enroll for the new voter’s register was to write his or her contact number on the paper before laminating.
This endeavor was to make sure that Ghanaians can without much of a stretch get their lost National Voters Card back when lost.
According to that news, another significant circular has consistently been pitched, instructing Ghanaian on the potential methods for protecting the new voter’s register, making sure about and potential methods of forestalling misfortune, harm, loss of data among others corresponding to the new voter’s register.
The Important Notice Reads:
- There is a message being circulated which is asking people to apply for their phone numbers to be written behind their voter ID Cards before lamination.
- Please, it is very dangerous to let everybody know both your voter ID and contact. That message being circulating might come from fraudsters. If you want to avoid misplacing your card, take a picture of it and save it on your phone.
- You can also save it online into your email or Google Drive or dropbox. Show the picture each time your voter ID is needed.
- Alternatively, go and do a colour photocopy and laminate it. Keep the original at home as you use the duplicate in transacting other businesses. Be security conscious!
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