The Electoral Commission, Ghana (EC) has assured the public that it will make up for the time lost at registration centres where the exercise delayed on Sunday.
Most centres across the country, at the start of Phase 3 of the exercise, witnessed delays as a result of the breakdown of the biometric voter registration (BVR) machines.
The EC has explained that the challenge was due to bad network.
In a statement issued by the Acting Director of Public Affairs, Sylvia Annoh, the EC said all centres that suffered delays will see an extension.
“Details of the extension for the affected registration centres will be communicated in due course.”
The registration exercise began on Tuesday, June 30 with Phase One and it is scheduled to end on Thursday, August 6 with Phase Five.
The first two phases have seen over 3 million eligible voters registered.
“All eligible applicants scheduled to register during the 3rd Phase may make themselves available at their respective registration centres to go through the process to be registered as voters.”