This follows concerns by many that the decision to limit the exercise to only district offices of the EC will pose a challenge to potential voters.
Speaking to the media in Parliament Paul Twum-Barimah charged qualified voters to also make the effort to get registered regardless of the challenges.
The Dormaa East MP argued the decision by the EC could be as a result of inadequate funds.
“I believe the Constitution is clear that every person or every citizen who is 18-years and above must be given the opportunity to vote. It is their civil rights and no one should try to take it away from them.
“So the EC has a duty to ensure that anybody who is 18-years and above cast his or her vote. However, the processes of doing that must be exhausted,” Mr. Twum-Barimah stated.
He continued: “It’s a Limited Registration in the first place, obviously you decentralized to a certain point and some of us, we have been tasked to see how people will get registered and all that. But don’t forget as a citizen you also have a duty to make sure that you are registered.”