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As phase one of voter registration ends tomorrow: ‘Gorboi’ Visits ECSL Center to Register

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As phase one of voter registration ends tomorrow: ‘Gorboi’ Visits ECSL Center to Register


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A traditional mask devil fondly called Gorboi, was yesterday 15th September, 2022 seen at one of the Electoral Commission of Sierra Leone’s (ECSL) Voter Registration Centres in the east of the country to be registered to vote in the 2023 multi-tier elections.

The fun moment comes at a time when Phase One of process, which started on 3rd September 2022, will end tomorrow Saturday, 17th September 2022.

The Commission has encouraged all eligible citizens who intend to register in the first phase of the registration at the 1,815 voter registration centres across the country to present themselves for registration at these centres on or before tomorrow.

The Commission has also stated that the second phase of voter registration for the remaining 1,815 voter registration centers will start on Tuesday 20th September 2022 and will end on Tuesday 4th October 2022.

The Commission is expected to host a Press Conference on the on-going voter registration exercise on Monday 19th September 2022 at its headquarters to provide updates on the first phase of voter registration.

In similar development, the European Union (EU) Ambassador to Sierra Leone, Manuel Müller yesterday visited the ECSL situation room.

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