Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has cast his ballot in the Walewale constituency.
Speaking to the media after the exercise urged Ghanaians to turn out in their numbers to vote regardless of their party affiliations.
He also called for a peaceful process and Ghana should be able to maintain its spot as the best in terms of democracy in West Africa.
Bawumia also said there is no comparison to their work as a government and asked for the people of Ghana to retain them in power.
Former President John Mahama, President Akufo-Addo and other high profile personalities are also expected to cast their ballots.
Meanwhile, residents at the Odododiodoo constituency are unhappy over EC’s arrangement to split the polling centres at City Engineers polling station.
According to the residents they came in very early but the arrangement will not allow them to vote according to the time they arrived at the polling station.
The city engineer polling station has been spilt into six centres.
Police reinforcement has been sent to the centre to restore order in the voting process.
Odododiodoo has been marked as one of the flashpoints for this year’s general elections.