The Electoral Commission is currently in the process of compiling a new voters’ card ahead of the December polls.
This, according to the commission, is to help capture Ghanaians on the register because the old card has many foreigners and minors.
Many have been trying to spot the difference between the two cards. GhanaFeed has taken the responsibilty to help you differentiate between the two.
The old voters’ ID displays the Ghana flag at the top left corner. Under it comes the polling station code followed by the voter identification number, the bar code, age, sex, the registration date and full name of the voter. The photograph shows at the right side with a red background.
The new voters’ card however, has the logo of the EC at the top right corner and the Ghana flag at the on the opposite of the same top corner.
The middle part of the card displays the voter surname, Other names, Sex, Polling station Code, Voter’s identification number, Date of birth, and date of registration.
The new voters’ has a blue background for the photograph and then comes with a QR scan.