Former President and flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress Mr John Dramani Mahama, has cast his vote in his native Borle.
The former president Mahama voted around 10 am at a venue he has been voting at since 1992.
Mr Mahama giving his account on the election, said he expected the proceedings to go smoothly.
He however said that, one of his security details could not find his name in the register despite them checking during the exhibition period.
“There was no queue. That is the usual of this polling station. I have voted here since 1992 and the process has been very simple, very smooth.”
“It’s too early here to make an assessment,” Mahama said around his observation at the polling station.
“There are a few hitches like this polling station, there is a lady here who has got her card, her card is from this station but her name is not on the list.
“One of my security detail, I registered here with him. During the exhibition, we checked and his name was there. But we got here today and his name is not there. I don’t know if it’s a generalized problem but like I said it is too early here to make an assessment,” he said.
Ghanaians goes into the polls today to select a President and Parliamentary candidates for the next four years.