There was pandemonium at the polling centre in the Ningo-Prampram Constituency in the Greater Accra Region where delegates of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have gathered to elect a flagbearer.

The confusion led to the beaten of a man who is suspected to be a man from the camp of the MP for the constituency, Sam George by another person from a different camp.

An Adom TV reporter narrated that the confusion started after Sam George protested that he will not allow some delegates from some three electoral areas to cast their ballots.

This did not go down well with some delegates of the party who insisted that their colleagues be allowed to vote.

The argument resulted in a fight which led to an attack on a man suspected to be from the camp of Sam George.

The opposition camp had earlier complained that Sam George was bent on causing confusion and dictating to them.

GhanaNewsPage.Com earlier reported that voting was delayed for almost two hours after voting has started across the country.

The situation has resulted in agitations from anxious delegates who are beginning to be impatient.

Some of the delegates had claimed that they can’t find their names on the electoral register and in some cases, the names on the register have fallen short of the number expected on the electoral register.

While the ideal register must contain names from 92 branches, each containing 9 delegates, the register in contention has only 89 branches.

The situation means there are 27 names missing on the electoral register, causing the polling agents of candidates, Sylvester Mensah and Joshua Alarbi to protest against the start of voting, Isabella has reported.