VOTER REGISTRATION EXERCISE (Day 1): Ghanaians Flout Social Distance Directives In Kaneshie (+VIDEO)
ThinkNewsOnline can confirm that some Ghanaians who have trooped in to Social Welfare, a centre at Kaneshie to partake in the Voter Registration Exercise are flouting the social distancing directives.
According to them, there is no discipline at the centre as some section of the citizenry are not following the due processes.
Speaking to ThinkNewsOnline on anonymity, Akua (Not Real Name) said "We have been here since 4am. People just come and bypass the queue claiming they came here at 1am. They are not adhering to the social distance directive"
She added that although some people have received their cards, others are still waiting for their turn to go through the necessary processes.
ThinkNewsOnline can however confirm that although the social distancing directives are being flouted, some of people gathered are wearing their nose masks.
ThinkNewsOnline will be monitoring and will keep its readers updated on new developments.
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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith