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The Ghana Police Service has urged electorate to return to their homes after they have cast their ballot in Wednesday’s polls.

Police Director of Operations, Chief Superintendent Dr Benjamin Agordzo said as part of maintaining peace during the election, the Service wants to prevent all forms of gathering at all polling station.

“We are saying don’t crowd the place; after voting go home and when the polls are over come and observe the counting,” he explained.

Dr Agordzo made these remarks to Joy News barely 24 hours to the 2016 presidential and parliamentary elections.

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The Ghana Education Service has declared Wednesday, December 7 an off-day for all Basic and Second Cycle Institutions across the country.

A statement signed by the Director-General of the GES Mr Jacob Kor  said the off-day declaration is for teachers and students who are 18 and above to exercise their franchise in their respective polling stations.

In less than 24 hours, Ghana will go to the polls to elect a president and parliamentarians.

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Scores of commuters in Accra and surrounding communities were stranded at the VIP Bus Terminal Tuesday morning due to unavailability of vehicles to transport them to their various constituencies to vote on December 7, 2016.

Most of the affected passengers are persons travelling to the Ashanti Region.

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