The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) has through a communique denied reports of military intimidation.
According to the GAF, the soldiers are not preventing eligible persons from registering in the ongoing voter registration exercise.
The statement issued by the public affairs directorate of the armed forces indicated that their presence in the constituency, together with other security agencies, is to provide support to an agreement signed between by the opposition National Democratic Congress and governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) towards a peaceful registration exercise.
According to the GAF, the two parties(NPP,NDC) agreed to train their agents at the registration centres to fill challenge forms in challenging people whose citizenship or residency they doubted.
They also agreed to ensure there would be no physical violence should be used in preventing people from registering.
The statement further denied the Ghana Armed Forces being tribalistic in the ongoing registration exercise; and urged the general public to ignore such stories.