Lawyer, TV Personality, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist, Sandra Ankobiah has brought her First Time VoterEducation Project to an end by making a visit to the three northern regions.

During the week, she made stops in the Northern Region, Upper East Region, and the Upper West Region.

She interacted with first time voters in the various regions including students of Tamale Technical University, Bolgatanga Polytechnic, and Wa Polytechnic.

According to her, after visiting all ten regions of the country, and engaging with voters, she has realised how necessary and important the education was. “They had so many questions, and some were generally confused about some of the electoral processes”.

Sandra also preached about the need to desist from electoral violence and also the importance of the youth getting involved in the political discourse. She encouraged them to be a part of this democratisation process and called upon them to go out and vote on December 7.

She was supported on this project by The Electoral Commission Of Ghana, and The National Commission For CivicEducation.

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