Ghanaians have delved into an important national matter that gave been banter between know member of parliament. Ursula Owusu Akuful and Samuel Nartey George have been on each other's end.
With three days to the September 30 SIM re-registration deadline, the Communications Ministry is facing a flood of lawsuits against its determination to block unregistered SIM cards.
On Monday, another group, some of whom are constituents of Ningo Prampram filed a writ at the High Court seeking an injunction against the NCA and Attorney General on the exercise.
Ghanaians believe the National Communications Authority and the National Identification Authority have not been fair to them with regards to many not being eligible to register their sim cards because of the unavailability of their Ghana Card.
Here are some reactions:
• The government enjoys when the citizens are suffering. Which sensible being mess up like this. Nana Addo's appointees do have did not have proper supervision. They do things like we're in the jungle.
• What is wrong will this communications ministry that can't communicate with NIA to know those whose cards have been issued to them and those whose cards are still with the NIA but punish people for mistakes committed by the NIA?
• Someday I pray we get leaders whose topmost priority is to serve humanity to the fullest and not bully them with their political pedagogy and political differences.
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