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We can’t allow anyone to make any kind of decisions for us: Sam George boldly speaks to officials

The member of parliament for Ningo prampram, Sam George during his press conference today has made some valid points on some informations from the ministry. Sam George has fought for his party and not his party alone but all Ghanaians and this is something he keeps on reminding Ghanaians about. The citizens according to the member of parliament need to be thought thoroughly on certain topics of importance before certain decisions are made.

Sam George during the press conference which took place today made it clear that this government does not only see the need to take matters into their own hands but are also interested in stopping Ghanaians from seeing the light. He stated that in 2006 where Haruna Iddrisu was the minister of communications under the leadership of the national democratic congress, he established some facts about the SIM card registration.

He was the first person to talk about registering the SIM cards in the manner which the Ndc are trying to polish and make it one of their achievements. And the reason why this will not be allowed is because the law does not permit the registration of SIM cards with a national identification card like the Ghana card. He revealed that there are several other uses of the Ghana card and this is not one of them.

We can’t allow anyone to make any kind of decision for us. The laws must be applied so I’m surprised to hear that this government is ready to make these changes to the law which is not right, Sam George fumed. Sam George further revealed that until there is a change in the current registration decision made by government, the law will continue to be breached.

Sam George feels the only way to move forward as a country is when we don’t allow people to do what they like whiles they prosecute others for doing similar when there are laws in the country. Sam Geoge feels Haruna Iddrisu has done more in his term in office concerning these issues legally than we are seeing in the many years given the Npp in government.

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