The Kpone- Katamanso Municipal office of the Electoral Commission has been abandoned by officials due to poor network connection.
The officials did not put up any notice before deserting it for over a week now and as a result, prospective voters who had visited the office to have their lost Voters Identification cards replaced, went back home frustrated.
Mr. Francis Otu, a local voter who now lived in Nungua, told the Ghana News Agency in an interview that he had been to the office on four occasions this week but met no official to attend to him.
Mr. Otu further explained that the situation was very frustrating as he commuted from Nungua to Kpone daily to have his voter's ID card replaced but was unsuccessful.'
He had double jeopardy because " I have my monies locked up at the bank and I can not withdraw it without the ID card".
Mrs. Mavis Gbeku, resident of Zenu, also expressed worry about the situation saying he commuted from Zenu to the Electoral Commission's office in Kpone Kokompe each day, which was affecting her business.
In a telephone interview with Mrs. Doris Emefa Agbenyahor, Kpone -Katamanso Municipal Electoral Officer, it was revealed that, the Municipal Electoral Commission's office had experienced network challenges some weeks ago.
She explained that the situation was beyond her control but was optimistic it would be resolved soon.
Mrs. Agbenyahor added that, her officers would address all the outstanding issues with respect to the replacement of lost and defaced voter's identification cards when the network challenges were fixed.