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07.12.2008 Elections

Three disabled persons voted at St. Andrews Polling Station

By GNA
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Two blind women and an amputee were among the 279 people out of 1,416 registered voters who cast their votes at the St. Andrews Catholic Junior High School Polling Station as at 11.37 am.

Two other blind persons were also among the 306 people out of the 530 registered voters who exercised their franchise as at 11.03 am at the Danku Primary School Polling Station.

At Bamahu Primary School Polling Station, out of the 663 registered voters, 399 people had cast their ballots at 11.18 am.

The Wa School for the Deaf Polling Station recorded 186 voters including three deaf persons out of 634 registered voters, while the Wa Technical School Polling Station also recorded 102 voters as against 289 registered voters as at 11.48 am. Some of the Presiding Officers the GNA spoke to described the voting as incident free and that it was their prayer that the conduct of the voting would continue and end in like manner.

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