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Apaa Residents Protest Plans to Close Polling Stations

15 Sep 2019 · The polling stations that are planned to be closed include Apaa Health Centre II, Apaa Primary School and Apaa Market. They were created during voting in 1980.

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Apaa Residents Protest Plans to Close Polling Stations 1 6

The polling stations that are planned to be closed include Apaa Health Centre II, Apaa Primary School and Apaa Market. They were created during voting in 1980.
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