Tracey Boakye Speaks Again On Election Day | Video

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Controversial actress, Tracey Boakye has urged everyone to vote peacefully to choose the right leader for the country.

The popular ‘Papa No’ trend setter, Tracey Boakye was in a live video advising her fans and many to withstand being in long queues just for the sake of the election which is ongoing in the various polling stations.

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Although many were expecting Tracey Boakye to speak perhaps on her leaked video, she swerved many as she only preached peace.

However, she has promised that after the elections she will be live again but refused to give hint on the topic she will discuss.

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In other news, presidential candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo‘s photos have been omitted on two ballot papers at Bereku Awutu Senya West.

The report shows that an electoral officer, at Bereku, Awutu Senya West whose duty is to tear the ballot papers after an electorate has undergone the Covid-19 protocols and haven verified his or her name in the list of eligible voters has been giving out the ballot papers without Nana Addo’s picture on it.

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From the video, two electorates have complained about the omission of Nana Addo’s picture on the ballot papers.

From the video, the lady in charge when questioned couldn’t alter a word and asked for her boss to return before she could talk on the issue.

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However, whether she deliberately omitted Nana Addo’s picture or it was an initial mistake from the Election commission remains unknown for now, click here to watch video