District level elections are underway across the country with a very slow start.
Voting has begun in some areas while others are about to start.
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The Greater Accra Region is noted to be the worst performer when it comes to patronage of the Local Level Elections and has persistently trailed the other regions since the inception of the system in 1988.
At the Adjei Kojo State School for the Deaf, only 20 people have voted out of 2000 registered voters.
About seven candidates are contesting as assemblymen.
Similar stories were recorded at adjoining centres – Bawaleshie primary school had recorded 16 votes.
Monitored reports from other centres across the country also show a slow response so far.
President John Mahama has cast his ballot in the ongoing District Assembly elections.
At the Nungua Traditional Authority (A) polling station,out of 604 registered voters, only 45 has voted. Presiding officer Victoria Kono Larbi attributed the low turn out to the poor publicity and lack of interest by the people in the exercise.
Polls have closed and voting has begun.
The President left Accra Tuesday morning to his hometown Bole in the Northern region to vote.
Over 18,000 candidates are contesting the District Assembly Elections made up of 1,102 females and 17,783 males.