The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) is warning the security will deal with any group or individuals who attempt to snatch ballot boxes.
According to her, a total of 64,000 security personnel have also been dispatched across the country to police an election that is likely to see pockets of violence but will be generally peaceful.
Mrs. Osei revealed this at a news conference to announce their readiness hours to the general elections Wednesday.
She indicated that, her outfit is fully ready to supervise a trouble free credible election on Wednesday to elect a new president or retain the old one.
Mrs Charlotte Osei says all electoral materials have been dispatched to some 29,000 polling stations across the country for an election that will involve over 15 million voters.
She also reiterated the ban on the riding of motor bikes during voting and along polling stations, to prevent miscreants from snatching away ballots and fleeing with them on the motorbikes.
The EC boss also stated unequivocally that given the security measures put in place, there is no way the election can be rigged for any political party.
Mrs Osei rubbished assertions her outfit was plotting to disenfranchise eligible Ghanaian voters, adding, it is the EC job to make people vote not to disenfranchise them.
She stated unequivocally that the EC is ready to superintend a peaceful and credible election tomorrow.