he Electoral Commission of Ghana has announced it has begun replacing lost Voter’s ID cards ahead of the 2020 general elections.
A statement from the Electoral Management Body said citizens who have also “defaced or damaged” their Voter’s card can contact any of their District Offices.
Applicants are to pay close to a dollar (GhS 5) for the replacement.
“Applicants are required to submit receipt of payment to the District Office of the Commission where the applicant is registered, for the issuance of a new ID card,” the chairperson of the EC Jean Mensa said in the statement.
The oil-rich West African country will be conducting its presidential and parliamentary elections in December next year