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The Electoral Commission (EC) has announced that they have resumed the replacement of lost Voter ID Cards.

The exercise which resumes Thursday, August 8, 2019 at all Electoral Commission district offices, was suspended as the election outfit concentrated on the Limited Voters Registration Exercise.

The Commission has resumed replacement of lost Voter ID Cards adhering to the old exercise and system of replacing lost cards.

The EC says, to replace a lost voter ID card, an applicant would be required to pay a replacement fee of Five Ghana Cedis (GHC 5.00). The fees are to be paid into the Commission's Bank Account and a payslip submitted to the District office.

Read EC's Full Statement Below;

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