In a post shared on his official Facebook, the Ningo Prampram MP wrote;
"Good morning Ghana
Rise and shine as we start the last quartet of the 2022 race. May the Almighty grant us our desires and bless our hustle. May our path be straight and pain far from us.
May our stock rise like the dollar against the cedi and may the conspiracy of our enemies fail like the SIM card re-registration deadline."
The comments of Sam George comes in wake of the SIM Card re-registration deadline which was scheduled for yesterday, 30th September 2022. Ursula Owusu, the Minister of Communications warned people of the dire consequences if their SIMs aren't registered. She stated that those SIMs will be blocked.
Sam George took the case to court and cited the NIA's inability to give out the Ghana card to people who have registered is actually the cause of the delayed re-registration.
As at now the unregistered SIM cards have not yet been blocked as Ursula said some weeks ago. Sam George believe that the re-registration deadline for the SIM card
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