An estimated 15 million voters will cast their votes in more than 28,000 polling stations across the country.

Additionally, the commission said 28,992 polling stations will be opened across the country on Election Day.

The Ashanti Region has the highest polling stations ( with 5,190 polling stations) while the Upper West region has the least ( with 991 polling stations).

The regional breakdown of the polling stations are as follow:

ASHANTI                 5,190

BRONG AHAFO        2,963

CENTRAL                 2,482

EASTERN                 3,243


NORTHERN                2,688

UPPER EAST            1,226

UPPER WEST              991

VOLTA                       2,506

WESTERN                  2,941

Total                        28,992

The Director of Election for New Patriotic Party has however raised concerns with what he says are  discrepancies in the total number of registered voters.

He told Citi FM Friday shortly after the IPAC meeting that: "In fact the Chairperson said a number of days back that the total registered voters were 15.8 million but today we got a different figure from the Commission."

"The Commission is now saying the total registered voters are 15.712,552 so that is a huge difference from the 15.8 but the particulars of this figure still has to be received."

The Director of Election for the National Democratic Congress on his part said they are waiting for the final register to verify if the numbers "reflects reality."

"We submitted our hard drive and we have been told that by this evening the hard drive will be ready. The voter's register has undergone a lot of metarphorsis. There have been deletions, transfers and the EC has furnished us with all that information soon when the final register is released we will crosscheck whether indeed the number given to us reflects the reality,” Ofosu Ampofo said.