The Electoral Commission (EC) has identified the busing of people as the main cause of conflicts at voter registration centres.
This follows reports of violence at some registration centres in the country including the latest incident which was at Kasoa.
It involved the Member of Parliament for the area Hawa Koomson who fired gunshots.
The Deputy Chairman of Operations at the EC Samuel Tettey at a conference on July 22, 2020 condemned the gunshot incident at Kasoa and wants the perpetrators brought to book.
According to an eye witness, gunmen numbering at least 15 stormed the Steps to Christ registration centre around 8:00 am and tried to sack some prospective voters.
This resulted in a scuffle that saw gunshots fired and three motorbikes burnt.
The two parliamentary candidates vying for the seat of the Awutu Senya East Constituency the NDC’s Philis Naa Koryoo and the incumbent MP Mavis Hawa Koomson of the NPP were both at the police headquarters.
The two women had to be restrained by the police after charging towards each other and hurling insults and accused each other of what happened.