Upon arriving at your designated polling booth or station, between 8am and 6pm, a polling officer will verify your national identity card. Please make sure you are carrying the original one and not a copy. Once, the officer identifies your serial number and name, as listed in his/her electoral roll, your name will be crossed out and your thumb marked with ineffaceable ink.
Followed by this, the officer will take your thumb impression on a counterfoil of the ballot paper.
Thereafter, the assistant presiding officer will stamp the paper for the national (green) and provincial assembly (white) constituencies and sign it.
Once you are cleared to go into the polling booth/station that is when you will cast your vote. Please make sure you mark clearly and firmly on the symbol of the candidate you support.
Drop the green colored ballot paper in the box with a green lid and white paper in the box with a white lid. That’s it! You are done exercising your right to vote.